Mace has been appointed as the Complex Infrastructure Programme (CIP) Commercial Partner on delivery of the A303 Stonehenge between Amesbury and Berwick Down dualling scheme and the A428 Black Cat to Caxton Gibbet improvements.
The company will deliver commercial services including cost consultancy and quantity surveying, as well as acting as a liaison between National Highways and its main contractors.
The award follows Mace’s appointment to Lot 1 of the £420m National Highways framework for commercial and project management services last year, reports Construction Enquirer.
A fresh planning application for the project is now awaiting comments following the change of the decision to grant the Development Consent Order.
Jason Millett, CEO for Mace Consult, said: “This is a strategic win for Mace Consult and acknowledges the delivery expertise of our team.
“Acting as agile partners for National Highways, our key aim is to create better outcomes for our clients and the range of stakeholders on these significant projects. We pride ourselves on delivering distinctive value and challenging conventional thinking in our approaches.
“As a result, I’m confident that our hands-on approach to both these major infrastructure projects will help improve connectivity in these areas and make a tangible difference to these communities and their funders.”