CCD puts passengers at the heart of UK rail development

Putting people at the heart of rail development, CCD Design & Ergonomics to support Jacobs on the Network Rail Design Services Framework (DSF).

CCD Design & Ergonomics will support Jacobs (NYSE:J) to provide a wide range of technical and professional services for Network Rail’s five-year Design Services Framework in the U.K.

A multi-disciplinary consultancy with over 40 years’ experience, CCD’s specialisations include human factors & ergonomics, passenger experience, wayfinding and station design. CCD has worked across projects such as HS2, London Bridge Station, King’s Cross Station Redevelopment and National Re-signalling and Traffic Management programmes.

The Design Services Framework (DSF) consists of four multi-disciplinary frameworks and 78 single-discipline frameworks. The new DSF aims to provide access to a wider range of multi-skilled suppliers including small and medium enterprises (SMEs) who form circa 25% of the single discipline suppliers on the DSF.

“It’s great to see Network Rail putting passengers at the centre of infrastructure development, whilst recognising the value and expertise SMEs like CCD can bring” says David Watts, Managing Director at CCD.

Jacobs People & Places Solutions Senior Vice President and General Manager, Europe, Middle East and Africa Donald Morrison, said: “This is an exciting opportunity to continue to support a more integrated way of working and help Network Rail in its drive to improve reliability and putting passengers first.

“As mobility demands and technology evolve rapidly, we are ready to help create smart, resilient transport solutions that enhance passenger experience.”

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