Highways England has awarded GRAHAM two major packages worth a total of £19m for improvements to four major roads in the East of England.
Improvements to four major roads in the East of England are underway after Highways England awarded GRAHAM two major packages covering the A47, A11, A1 and A12.
The £19m contract, which consists of multiple key safety improvements, surfacing, structures and technology schemes, will significantly improve the road user experience and journey times for the hundreds of thousands of people who use routes. The projects extend from Peterborough to Norwich, through to Lowestoft via Great Yarmouth.
The packages are part of a collaborative delivery framework (CDF), which groups projects dependent on the area of completion. The team from GRAHAM is already engaging with local stakeholder groups and the community to establish strong and effective relationships and to maintain clear lines of communication with road users.
On top of this, GRAHAM has recruited significant numbers of local people to work on the project. This ensures that everyone from top to bottom and across the team has full knowledge of the local landscape and that they are familiar with the roads and surrounding areas on which the projects are being undertaken and completed.