Amey Culham driverless cars

A consortium led by Amey to explore the public perceptions of driverless cars has published its findings, with plans now being made for the Culham Science Centre in Oxfordshire to become a major test site for the vehicles.   In 2016, Amey and partners RACE, Oxbotica, Siemens and Westbourne Communications embarked on a research project to explore what infrastructure experts and the public thought about autonomous vehicle technology. This was

FM Voice Amey compeltes works ahead of schedule

Leading public services provider Amey has successfully completed phase one of two enabling works on the South West Storm Relief Sewer as part of London Underground’s highly-anticipated Northern Line Extension (NLE), targeted for completion in 2020.   Undertaken on behalf of FLO – a Ferrovial Agroman and Laing O’Rourke joint venture – the works saw Amey design and install eight articulation joints along a 55m section of the sewer, which

Amey Highways Award

Amey has been shortlisted for four awards in the Highways Excellence Awards tonight.   In the ‘major project’ category, we have been shortlisted for our work as part of the Midland Highway Alliance, where a railway bridge serving a new £38m business park in Lichfield, Staffordshire, was constructed on time, with cost savings and with strong community engagement with the project. In the ‘most innovative highway authority scheme of the

Amey Arup NSW

Leading consultancy firm, Amey, will be working with Arup to design a Smart Motorway solution for the M4 in New South Wales, Australia – the first project of its kind in the region.   The M4 Smart Motorway project will introduce intelligent technology to monitor traffic conditions, manage congestion and respond to incidents in real-time on the existing M4 Western Motorway. The project aims to increase traffic throughout, with a

Amey Sheffield

Pioneering solutions developed by urban entrepreneurs to re-energise Sheffield and to help its residents live independently will be unveiled at an event on Thursday 29 September.   The ’Demo Day’, which will take place at Sheffield Hallam University, is open to people interested in innovation, local businesses and entrepreneurs, and will showcase innovative ideas that have been developed in the city over the past year as part of the Sheffield


There are currently 258 graduates and 259 apprentices with leading public and regulated services provider Amey, following the latest intake who joined at the start of September.   Gaining key industry experience while receiving support from senior colleagues, there are now 258 graduates taking part in Amey’s Graduate Development Programme. This two-year programme provides a choice of career pathways for graduates from a wide range of degree disciplines, including engineering,

Amey’s £300m Area 7 contract goes live

Amey has launched its new Maintenance and Response contract in Area 7 for Highways England. The contract, which could be worth £300m over 15 years, will see us responsible for maintaining routes through Northamptonshire, Leicestershire, Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire. We will also be looking after stretches of the M1 motorway, as well as the M69, M45 and M6. It is one of Highways England’s busiest networks. Area 7 will see

Amey wins award for safety campaign

  Amey’s Target Zero safety campaign has won the ‘Most effective use of internal communications’ category at the HR Excellence Awards 2016, beating many well-known household names that were also up for the award. The campaign was launched in September 2014 to support our corporate health and safety objective of “Keeping people safe, every day”. Since then, Target Zero has featured in every briefing, conference, presentation and edition of our