Achievements

Professional Services

PSP1 (ended March 2015)

  • £26m throughput of work in 4 years (expectation was 13m)
  • 14 member authorities using PSP1 (expectation was 6)
  • £3.5m savings generated (expectation was £1.4m)

PSP2 (ended April 2019)

  • Procurement process complete and awarded to AECOM Waterman on 28 April 2015
  • Delivered nearly £61 m worth of engineering, environmental, planning and design services in its four-year tenure.

PSP3 (started April 2019)

  • The two successful bidders for Lot 1 Professional services are AECOM and Amey Consulting, and for Lot 2 Secondments Matchtech and Waterman
  • The framework could be worth up to £70m over four years

 

Medium Schemes Framework

MSF1

  • Delivered 60 schemes worth £250m

MSF2

  • MSF2 delivered 47 schemes worth £295m
  • Good practice review – NEC/CDM 2015 training

MSF3

  • Successful procurement of MSF3
  • Learning and development opportunities to support NEC4 commissioned and available to members, contractors and their supply chain
  • MSF3 – in quotation stage 2 schemes £427 m

 

Term Maintenance

Clients and providers combine to create the Term Community Board which has the following projects:

  • Performance Indices
  • Best Practice review
  • MHA Term Cultural Framework in use
  • Alignment  with HMEP and HTMA

 

Assets, Standards and Commodities

  • Reduce the number of surfacing specifications used
  • Encourage use of low temperature asphalt
  • BIM
  • Asset management best practice
  • Develop collaboration with MSIG, HTMA, MPA and RSTA
  • Significant progress in the merger of MHA, WMHA and MSIG.
  • Joint project with UKRLG on Well Managed Highway Infrastructure – Highway Inspector Competency framework.

 

Skills Community

  • Employment and Skills plans for all framework schemes
  • CITB accreditation as a ‘client based’ academy
  • Bespoke MHA learning management system developed providing access to a range of learning, training and development interventions for our members, contractors and their supply chain
  • MHA skills and competency matrix in place
  • Learning management system now has over 500 registered learner
  • A range of training, learning and development interventions (NEC4, project sponsor, PM/SM accreditation, virtual learning modules).