Who we are
We are Ringway Jacobs, a leading highways service provider working with local authorities across the UK.
Formed in 2005, specifically to provide road network management solutions to local government, our unique blend of engineering capability, innovation and customer care make us the best in class.
We are made up of employees with a vast spectrum of skills, delivering roles such as asset management specialists, project managers, maintenance engineers, designers, street lighting and ITS specialists, system developers, stakeholder managers and many more.
In order to be the first choice local authority service provider, we share our clients' challenges and goals. In fact, the majority of our people have previously worked in local government.
We understand that it’s our people that make the difference. We are committed to investing in them and young and disadvantaged people. Supporting them to achieve a successful career with us.
Our track record in people development is second to none. We continually invest in training and development to help our employees achieve their full potential and make sure they have the skills to keep us ahead of the competition – Our people are the source of our success.
We are a member of ‘The 5% Club’ and have pledged that at least 5% of our workforce will be made up of young people on structured training over the next five years. Training such as apprenticeships and graduate schemes.
Currently 8% of our workforce is made up of apprentices and graduates, making us the market leader in employing and developing young talent.
We offer all of our apprentices and graduates a permanent full time role at the end of their structured training. Investing in them while ensuring our own long-term future and competitive edge.
We are proud of the relationships that we build with our clients. We co-locate with them, working collectively towards shared targets in the delivery of class-leading highways solutions.
In 2015, our strategic partnership with Essex County Council became one of the first relationships of its kind in the United Kingdom to achieve BS11000 – Collaborative Business Relationships and embraces our client, provider and supply chain relationship. In 2016, our Cheshire East Highways partnership also achieved BS11000.
We won the Chartered Institute of Highways & Transportation (CIHT) Collaboration Award each year between 2015 and 2017 for our partnership work with Cheshire East Council, Transport for London and Essex County Council.
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