Jackson will be working on behalf of East Riding of Yorkshire Council which has contributed Â£2.3 million to the scheme. The remainder of the funding was provided and approved by central Government following a visit last month by Justine Greening MP, Secretary of State for Transport.
This scheme will significantly reduce traffic congestion along the route which is the busiest in East Riding and used by over 35,000 vehicles each day. Stephen Parnaby, Leader of the Council said: 'When completed next year, this scheme will make a huge difference to both commuters and the travelling public in East Riding and will also provide a timely boost to the local economy.'
Regional Manager, Andy Burton said: 'Jackson is delighted to be involved with this scheme which will not only improve transport infrastructure in the area but also help to safeguard jobs in the construction industry. We hope to use the local supply chain wherever possible, and we've also recruited a local apprentice to work on the scheme.'