FORS, the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme, is a voluntary accreditation scheme dedicated to driving-up standards across the road transport industry. Now in its 11th year, FORS continues to provide best practice principles for transport operators working with a wide range of commercial vehicles, including HGVs, van, passenger carrying vehicles, and powered two-wheelers.
With over 5,000 members across the UK and Europe, FORS is a well-established international industry accreditation scheme encompassing all aspects of safety, efficiency, and environmental protection. FORS trains fleet operators to measure, monitor and improve performance, encouraging members to strive for best possible working practices to improve vehicle productivity and reduce costs.
FORS provides accreditation pathways for operators of any type, and for organisations that award contracts and specify transport requirements. FORS Bronze, Silver and Gold membership encourages progressive accreditation with the ultimate goal of achieving exemplary levels of best practice.
FORS members stand out from the crowd; operating to standards above the legal minimum and benefitting from access to a wide range of incentives that provide a competitive edge.
City Science is a software & research company providing tools, analytics and research to the transport and energy sectors. We focus on providing insights and decision-making tools in a user-friendly, repeatable and scalable way.
Cadence, our flagship transport product is a comprehensive suite of modern modelling, analytics and visualisation tools for transport professionals, supports existing transport models such as SATURN, TNTP and a wide range of open source and commercial datasets. A live demonstration can be found here - https://dat-stats.cityscience.com/
WSP leads the way in bringing the latest technologies and a culture of innovation to transport and infrastructure planning, design and management. We meet local and national needs for mobility, connectivity, sustainability and resilience; acting locally, but thinking globally. Our people across the world and in the UK have an unwavering focus on end-users, and our teams innovate every day to create roads that are safer, more efficient and ready for the future.
ACO Water Management
ACO is a world leader in the design, development and implementation of sustainable water management systems. It is at the forefront of supporting UK Infrastructure with a full range of transport specific products and services for the management of surface water. ACO provide architects, specifiers and engineers with a complete package of integrated systems, suitable for use across the entire spectrum of civil engineering projects.
Amey works in partnership with some of the world’s biggest asset owners to keep towns and cities across the world moving; connecting travel networks, modernising roads, investing in technology and minimising disruptions.
With a workforce of 19,000 people, we design, build, operate, maintain and invest in roads services and infrastructure. Our end-to-end capability means that we can design assets to meet the demands of today. And with their long-term maintenance in mind, we make sure that they’re fit for the future too.
Causeway is the UK's leading provider of software solutions to the construction and maintenance industries, enabling construction-based organisations to transform their commercial performance and digitise frontline business operations that span the entire construction lifecycle, from design, bidding, trading and contracting through to operation and maintenance.
An expanding set of cloud software solutions and highly specialised domain expertise enables Causeway to help highways and infrastructure maintenance contractors digitally connect operational and field service teams, raising productivity, reducing costs and ensuring they exceed contract KPIs.
Kier is the UK’s leading highways service provider, working with a wide range of partners from key central organisations like Highways England and a wide range of local authorities, who are collectively responsible for the roads we travel on. Kier manages 50,000km of the UK’s strategic and local authority road network. For over 90 years Kier has helped clients to deliver a wide range of road, bridge and tunnel projects, and has handled everything from planning, programming and delivery of major road schemes to routine maintenance and operation. Kier has 327 employees currently enrolled on Early Careers programmes, 132 of which are apprentices.