The company that has taken resonsibility for maintaining Birmingham’s road network has taken extra space in Birmingham following the launch of the contract.
Amey has expanded its offices at Colmore Plaza to accommodate the specialist project team that will deliver the £2.7 billion Birmingham Highways PFI.
It has taken an additional 6,098 sq ft on the third floor to accommodate the 80-strong project team.
Amey is already the largest occupier of Colmore Plaza having taken two floors for its international design hub in one of the biggest office deals signed last year.
The company now has almost 52,000 sq ft office space in the 12-storey building.
The PFI partnership between Amey and Birmingham City Council will see the company responsible improving and maintaining 2,500km of road network, nearly 100,000 street lights, as well as over 850 highway structures and bridges across the city.
Mike Notman, from Amey who is the project director for the PFI, said: “By taking additional space in Colmore Plaza, Amey is further demonstrating its long-term commitment to the city and the wider West Midlands region.
“Bringing together all our people in one central hub will help us to innovate and deliver a more efficient and effective service for people of Birmingham.”