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In the UK and Ireland, SYSTRA provides Transport Planning consultancy and Rail and Urban Transport engineering services. We work with our clients to think through complex issues concerning the location and movement of people, goods and services – as well as helping them maximise the potential of their own businesses. We have been providing Transport Consultancy services in the UK for over 40 years and Rail Engineering services for over 10 years and have an excellent reputation for the provision of high quality, robust and independent advice to our clients. SYSTRA Ltd is a UK and Ireland registered subsidiary of SYSTRA Group.

SYSTRA is jointly owned by two major French public transit operators (RATP and SNCF). SYSTRA benefits from a unique wealth of experience in international mass transit and rail projects. Constant evolution is at the heart of SYSTRA as an engineering company. We work continuously to develop our skills, our markets and our partnerships. This constant drive ensures that we can always provide our clients and our partners with a standard of service and performance worthy of the trust they place in us. SYSTRA's multicultural teams have conducted projects in more than 150 countries and 350 cities championing new approaches to mobility, making mass transport more sustainable and more accessible.

SYSTRA has an ambitious plan to double its turnover, profitability and workforce by 2018 while maintaining their technical excellence. Within this strategy the UK has been identified as a major growth market for SYSTRA.

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Latest News

  • SYSTRA consortium wins Scottish Energy Model +

    A five strong consortium of E4tech , Imperial College London , E4SMA , Kanors and SYSTRA has been commissioned by the Scottish Government to develop a 'Whole Systems Energy Model' for Scotland. The model will support the development of the Scottish Government's Third Report on Proposals and Policies in relation to Climate Change

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  • SYSTRA acquires TECTRAN +

    Through the acquisition of TECTRAN, a Brazilian consultancy and engineering company, SYSTRA is
    reinforcing its positioning on the Brazilian market and enhancing its ability to tackle Brazil's major public
    transport challenges.


    SYSTRA is pleased to announce the acquisition of Brazilian consultancy and engineering company TECTRAN.
    Founded in 1990 and based

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  • Wallasea Island sea wall breach marks significant step in landmark UK conservation project +

    CROSSRAIL_2015_1.jpg SYSTRA's James Preston, Assistant Project Manager on Crossrail's C807 Excavated Materials contract features on the latest Crossrail video about the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds' (RSPB) Wallasea Island Wild Coast project. This weekend the project reached a major milestone when the existing seawall was breached in three places

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  • Strong results for SYSTRA +

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    2014 was a year of strong results for SYSTRA, we are confidently moving forward to secure our ambitious growth agenda.

    In 2014, SYSTRA brought into service 110km of tramway, over 1,000 km of railway and worked on 2,000km of metro lines throughout the world.

    Example projects include:

    • Public Transport Masterplanning
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  • The Economics of HS2 +

    Since 2010 we have been supporting HS2 on its demand forecasting and economic appraisal in partnership with Mott MacDonald. Our current programme of work will support HS2's business case due to be published in the autumn, 2015.

    Last week, the Government published its response to the House of Lords Economic

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  • Neil Johnstone joins SYSTRA +

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     SYSTRA has appointed Neil Johnstone as a Business Development director in the UK and Ireland.

    Neil is a civil engineer and transport planner with over 35 years' experience of on a variety of transport and multi-disciplinary projects. During the past 10 years Neil has held senior management roles in Scotland,

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