AMEY has unveiled a new business structure which will pull its rail, fleet and highways divisions into one organisation.
Called Amey Infrastructure Services, the body will handle the firm's professional services section, which includes safety and environment responsibilities, strategic highways, rail, local government and operational services.
AIS managing director Chris Webster said: 'The business will focus on strengthening Amey's position, developing specialist skills and services, deepening customer relationships and securing growth through long-term opportunities.'
Amey hopes AIS will offer clients a onestop shop answer to infrastructure needs, improve opportunities for employees and improve understanding of best practice throughout the company.
One of AIS's first challenges will be to put forward a competitive bid for Birmingham City Council's £2.2 billion highways PFI package.