Waterman appointed on Kent highways, transportation and waste framework
Waterman is delighted to have been appointed to provide multidisciplinary support for Kent County Council under their Highways, Transportation and Waste Professional Service framework.
The three-year contract, with the potential for a one-year extension, will see Waterman undertake technical, environmental and engineering services for projects across Kent. Our team will supply Kent County Council with specialist advice and engineering expertise to help plan and design new highway infrastructure and assess structural assets.
Waterman’s Regional Director Chris Welch, commented: “We are delighted to be appointed on this important framework and continue our longstanding relationship with Kent County Council and support the continued development of Kent’s transport infrastructure. With the British Government looking to kick-start the economy through investment in our nation’s built environment, this framework will help support vital projects in one of the UK’s busiest regional transport networks.”
This latest appointment adds to Waterman’s expanding portfolio of public sector frameworks including appointments with London Borough of Bexley, Midlands Highways Alliance, Network Rail and Hampshire County Council.