We are delighted to announce that Journey4 has been awarded a place on the Department for Transport (DfT) STARThree Framework (STAR3).
The framework is for specialist technical and commercial advice for rail and other transport modes and is a 4-year agreement worth £600m.
The DfT’s aim was to procure the very best expertise available in the marketplace to support their rail and other transport modes, major programmes, projects and other activities. They wished to develop the depth and variety of their supply chain and attract a range of different sized organisations, including SME’s such as ourselves.
The DfT are encouraging high levels of collaboration between firms on the framework in response to their requirements and we are looking forward to working in partnership with other leading transport consultancy firms in delivering quality solutions that improve passenger experience on our rail network.
Graham Shorter, Journey4 Managing Consultant who will mange this Framework said; “We are naturally delighted to have been awarded a place on this prestigious framework, which is recognition of the depth and quality of our team and the contribution we have been making to the future of rail in the UK. We are excited to have the opportunity to work across Rail and wider UK transport to deliver quality solutions for our clients, and we are looking forward to working in partnership with other consultancies to deliver the best outcomes.”