Rendel has been involved in highway schemes over many decades, with assignments ranging from feasibility studies, detailed engineering designs, procurement advice and construction supervision through to risk management, forensic engineering and damage assessment.
We have extensive procurement and construction experience under funding agency guidelines and using a variety of approaches including conventional contracts such as FIDIC and its derivatives, design and build (D&B) models and private finance concessions. Rendel also has the resources and experience to provide supervision of construction to whatever level is required by the Client.
We maintain a highly experienced nucleus of engineers and technical personnel working with local engineering consultants and providing full-time supervision of international or local contractors during construction.
- Commercial management
- Construction supervision
- Engineering design
- Environmental assessments
- Feasibility studies
- Forensic engineering and damage assessment
- Geotechnical consultancy
- Institutional strengthening
- Management information systems
- PPP/PFI schemes
- Risk management
- Upgrading and rehabilitation studies
West Africa's first Public Private Partnership (PPP) highway project
Part of the key Pan-European Corridor IX, funded by the EBRD, the largest financial investor in Ukraine
Selby, North Yorkshire, UK
This design and build scheme included the construction of a new 10km two-lane, single carriageway bypass.
Governance and Infrastructure Improvement under City Governance Project for Targeted Five City Corporations
Chittagong, Comilla, Gazipur, Narayanganj and Rangpur, Bangladesh
JICA-funded Governance and Infrastructure Improvement (GII) Project as a part of the City Governance Project.
The highway forms a key part of the National Loop road of Bahrain and gives access from the capital and the northern and central parts of the country.
World Bank-funded Technical Assistance to Ukravtodor in support of its role as Road Agency in the administration and management of the Road Network of Ukraine.
Moldova's road network totals about 16,800km, of which less than 10 per cent was in good to fair condition in 2006, according to the World Bank.
This is a significant national transport infrastructure project estimated to be worth US$250m in construction cost.
Tyne and Wear, UK
One of the largest transport infrastructure projects in the UK