Keystream is delighted to have won the £1m contract to provide IT support services on Highways England’s A303 Stonehenge project, together with our partners.
As part of a consortium of partners, including Insight and Ishango, the team will be providing IT services in an 18 month £1m contract as the high-profile scheme moves towards construction.
Johnny Stein, MD of Keystream, said:
“Our success builds on the back of team members’ experience on some of Highways England’s other large and complex projects, including the A14 project.
“This is a great opportunity for us to roll out their learning and put digital and the power of data at the heart of the project vision. Our collaborative approach will help them on their digital journey, enabling digital construction and ensuring the project is data driven. “
Keystream is providing key project management resource and working in partnership with the rest of the consortium to set up and deliver critical technology and services. The team will be supporting the roll-out of a full programme of IT and digital services, including data-driven project decision making.
James Morgan, Director of Ishango Ltd said:
“We are delighted to be playing a significant role in providing services for the A303 Stonehenge project in partnership with Keystream and Insight. We are excited to bring our knowledge and experience to support the delivery of this strategically important project for Highways England.”
Ian Mortimer, Head of Public Sector, Insight UK, said:
“At Insight we are committed to helping our Public Sector clients build organisational resilience, through our extensive expertise and considerable network of partners. Because of our proven track record with Public Sector frameworks, we are able to support Highways England on their digital transformation journey, providing them with access to the services they require through our comprehensive solutions.”
The Highways England project includes building a 2mile tunnel past the Stonehenge monument in Wiltshire, upgrading junctions and creating a by-pass with the ultimate objective of removing the impact of the traffic on the landscape and restoring the existing A303 to a track for use by walkers, cyclists and horse riders.
Keystream's part of the project is being delivered through a Managed Service and led by our CIO Angus Walker.
For more information about our Managed Service delivery capabilities, contact us.