Following coverage of Skanska’s successful bid to become a Driving for Better Business “Business Champion” UCFM talks to head of fleet, Julie Madoui (left), about her fleet strategy and to the newly-appointed fleet road risk manager Alison Moriarty
Skanska is one of the UK’s leading contractors with world-class expertise in public private partnerships. Skanska’s UK business was formed in 2000 and now employs more than 5,000 people.
The company provides construction services across many sectors including commercial, custodial, data centres, defence, education, healthcare, highways, rail, residential, street lighting and utilities.
As a result of this, the demands put on to the company’s fleet are high and managing this effectively can be challenging.
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Nature of Operation and Driving Activities
The Skanska fleet consists of cars, light commercial vehicles (vans and tippers) and heavy goods vehicles (tippers, MEWPS, traffic management vehicles, vacuum excavators and coaches).
The predominant use of the vehicles is for transportation of workforce and equipment to work sites, apart from the specialist vehicles listed above. Skanska has three operating licences and works throughout the UK.
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