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The Transport and Infrastructure team have supplied experienced consultants, engineers and economists to the Rail industry for over 14 years. We have worked closely with companies such as TfL and Crossrail working on major interim projects placing Engineers and Project Managers working on Systems Engineering, Signalling Engineering, P-Way Engineering and OLE Design Engineering. We understand the process and risk involved in planning, designing and building a new rail or light rail network and have a large network of senior project managers and directors who have been responsible for such projects around the world.

As well as this we work with consultancies who advice Train Operating Companies and public sector authorities on Franchise Bids, Capacity Analysis, Performance Management and Operational Planning. The demand and revenue forecasting for such schemes is of paramount importance to ensure the economics of a line work for everyone involved – the passengers being the most important. 

Our network includes Economists, Modellers and Analysts who have advised at all levels on the above. In this niche sector it is important we understand the needs and requirements of our candidates and clients so that projects can be delivered on time and to budget.

We are always interested in hearing from all those involved in front-end planning of rail networks so please do get in touch

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