Atkins Highways & Transportation has signed a corporate agreement to standardise the use of the Causeway Project Accounting Highways Maintenance suite for all contracts including Oxfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Somerset and Gloucestershire. Causeway will be replacing their RIB system, to provide detailed operational works order management and deliver the performance information now required by Highways Clients on term maintenance contracts.

These contracts also require Atkins to take responsibility for street works noticing in accordance with the Traffic Management Act (TMA). The Causeway Street Works Noticing module now embraces this requirement and was seen as a key factor in the decision to select Causeway. Atkins joins leading highways contractors including Amey, BEAR Scotland, Ringway/Eurovia, Ringway Jacobs, Urban Vision and Volker Highways all of whom use Causeway to deliver in excess of £1bn of highways maintenance per annum. Contact Causeway to find out how you could benefit from using CPA to manage highways maintenance contracts.

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