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Civil Engineering

GRAHAM awarded place on Highways England Regional Delivery Partnership Band A

Author: Gillian Allan

Posted: 16 Oct 2018

GRAHAM has been awarded a place on the Highways England Regional Delivery Partnership under Band A for schemes under £100m.

This six-year partnership is a replacement to the current Collaborative Delivery Framework (CDF).

Ranked in first place, the GRAHAM team that includes design partners Sweco and Fairhurst will initially deliver three design and build projects worth more than £110m, including two on the M25, as part of Highways England’s major highways improvement schemes across the South East of England.


As an integral part of the Highways England supply chain, one of the GRAHAM team’s strategic priorities, which is already bearing fruit and delivering lasting impact, will be to continue developing strong collaborative relationships.

Recent collaborative successes include:

  • Delivering over 70 individual work programmes for Highways England as part of a major highways improvement scheme for OD East
  • Working alongside Highways England to maximise efficiencies using a robust collaborative programme planning process
  • Serving as an influential member of Highways England’s Suppliers Diversity Forum (SDF) and recently project managing a successful inclusivity conference on behalf of Highways England

Relationships define our success

At the heart of the collaboration is the strong and ongoing relationship that is based on trust and a proven track record.

These sentiments are echoed by GRAHAM’s Highways Director, Dave Brown, who said:

“We enjoy a very positive relationship with Highways England and are committed to working in partnership to ultimately deliver safely and provide value for money for the public.”