Infrastructure specialist Balfour Beatty is keeping the contracts rolling in, with a programme management consultancy contract on a £5bn roads and drainage scheme in Qatar.
The contract is worth £104m to Balfour Beatty and has been awarded to its subsidiary, Parson Brinckerhoff.
Parsons Brinckerhoff will have overall responsibility for management and coordination of all interfaces with Ashghal, the public works authority of Qatar, and its stakeholders. It will also control the management and coordination of the Ashghal supply chain, and the development of a logistic and supply strategy with Ashghal and the various construction contractors appointed to deliver the physical infrastructure.
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