SEMP Appointed to the Department for Transport’s STARThree Framework

SEMP is excited to announce its appointment to the UK’s Department for Transport (DfT) Specialist Technical Advisory for Rail and Other Transport Systems (STARThree) Framework. This significant achievement underscores SEMP’s robust track record in the successful delivery of transport infrastructure projects and the company’s unwavering commitment to providing valuable advisory expertise, leading-edge tools, and innovative methodologies to improve project outcomes.

The STARThree Framework provides DfT and its associated agencies and public bodies access to top-tier industry expertise and specialized technical and commercial advisory services for significant projects and programmes across various transport modes.

Stuart Gilbey, Executive Director, SEMP said: “We are excited to have been awarded a place on the Department for Transport’s STARThree framework to provide specialist advisory services across rail and other transport modes. We are very much looking forward to working collaboratively, applying our whole system expertise to support the DfT in delivering their strategic priorities, from improving connectivity and the experience of transport users to decarbonising transport. The framework has been structured to provide a breadth and depth of capability with organisations of differing sizes and we will be partnering with other SMEs to support the department in achieving their social value objectives and ambitions.

This achievement further solidifies SEMP’s commitment to building stakeholder relationships and collaborating with the government and other industry players to build a resilient, sustainable, and reliable transport system through a systems approach.

Learn more about STARThree Framework here.

About SEMP

SEMP is a global trusted advisor and provider of integrated Systems Engineering capabilities for government, infrastructure owners and delivery organisations. The company is known for its expertise in delivering safe, secure, resilient and operationally ready infrastructure, thus contributing to the successful outcomes of complex transport projects and programmes worldwide.