Connect Plus

has a 30-year contract with Highways England to manage and improve the M25 network, one of the busiest motorways in Europe, on behalf of Highways England.

Connect Plus Services

is responsible for operating and maintaining the M25 motorway network, including all adjoining trunk and slip roads on behalf of Connect Plus and Highways England.

We've successfully maintained our accreditation for ISO 44001, for Collaborative Business Relationship Management with our M25 Community.

This is our 9th year of accreditation under this standard, a massive achievement for which we're all incredibly proud.

A huge WELL DONE to everyone involved.

Proactive management review

Every year we are required, as part of our contract, to submit Proactive Management Review evidence that supports our use of best practice, innovation and new technologies on the M25 network.

To celebrate our 10-year anniversary, we produced this supplementary PMR brochure to highlight the case studies that we submitted.

Read the full brochure here and learn about the many ways our teams are using innovation to enhance the way we work.

 

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    We're proud to have been part of the successful delivery of the #M25 junction 13 improvement works in partnership with @HighwaysEngland @CPOfficial_M25 and @rwcivils

    https://www.connectplusm25.co.uk/work-to-improve-major-junction-on-m25-now-complete/

    Our Highways Framework Manager Ryan Smith has been interviewed by Construction Index about Jackson's M25 Weekend Wonder-shifts.

    The initiative picked up a national Construction Excellence Award in February.

    Read pp 57-59 http://bit.ly/31zNtto

    @CPServices_M25 #GoodWorks

    As part of our #SocialValue commitment, we encourage our teams to use their company volunteering days and give back to the communities around the #M25. Here's our ERT operative Ben on his day with the @HawkConservancy recording habitats and behaviours of a number of species.

    It's #WorldWaterDay

    Did you know that our ponds around the #M25 are great water and food sources for local wildlife? We have many species in and around our ponds such as badgers, bats, great crested newts, deers, rabbits and water voles!