Pell Frischmann Awarded Place on Hampshire County Council Framework
Pell Frischmann is delighted to announce it has won a place on the new Place, Connectivity and Infrastructure Professional Services Collaborative Framework (PCI). This four-year framework for Hampshire County Council will deliver both new and improved transportation, civil engineering and infrastructure projects across the region.
Our Highways and Transport team have been awarded five places in Lot B: Specialist Services, valued at £20 million.
Working from our offices across the UK, our Highways, Transportation and Environmental specialists will be providing expertise on the following lots:
- B1: Transport Planning Specialisms;
- B2: Business Case & Economic Strategy Development;
- B3: Travel Data & Modelling Services;
- B6: Engineering Design Specialisms; and,
- B7: Flood Water Management & Drainage Design.
By improving the region’s connectivity and unlocking areas for sustainable development, the team will support Hampshire County Council’s four strategic aims, which are:
- Maintaining strong and sustainable economic growth and prosperity;
- Enabling communities to live safe, healthy and independent lives;
- Enabling residents to enjoy a rich and diverse environment; and,
- Allowing people in Hampshire to enjoy being part of a strong, inclusive community.
Understanding road users – the public – and their behaviours, enables our experts to develop schemes that provide facilities for both motorised and non-motorised users to safely travel. Our teams are no strangers to working on complex, regional highways schemes. We are currently leading complex highways and bridge design schemes for clients such as National Highways and mobility futures projects such as active travel fund schemes for Birmingham City Council.
This is a really important win for Pell Frischmann, representing the future of transport consultancy; breaking away from the traditional engineering mindset and recognising the importance of mobility in unlocking development potential and supporting social and economic value. Hampshire are at the cutting edge of this, and we’re delighted to be a part of it.
We are looking forward to working alongside Hampshire County Council for the next four years on this framework.