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SYSTRA News

Third Crossing bridge to be the first in North America to use an Integrated Project Delivery model

SYSTRA is delighted to have been appointed part of the team providing advice to the World Wheel Company, which is planning to build Europe’s tallest observation wheel on Newcastle Quayside. 

SYSTRA’s status as the signature team for transportation solutions has been further cemented in the latest Engineering News-Record (ENR) international design firm rankings. We climbed in all three relevant categories that were published in July.

SYSTRA has helped secure a key development within the centre of Slough Town Centre as part of our work with Slough Urban Renewal (SUR).

The Missing Link

The Thames Path is a nearly continuous route that stretches along the River Thames, primarily for cyclists and pedestrians.

In our 60th year we look ahead to the emerging trends that will shape the future of transport.

SYSTRA is pleased to announce that Richard Hancox has been appointed as Divisional Director in charge of Consultancy for the company’s UK and Ireland business.  

SYSTRA has received an award for its design role on the Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah Causeway – Main Link, also known as the Subiyah Bridge.

Rebecca Wilson, Principal Consultant with SYSTRA, was presented with the New Master of Modelling award at the 2018 Modelling World conference. 

SYSTRA and ARCADIS have been awarded a systems project management assistance (PMA) contract on the third metro line for the Greater Toulouse region by Tisséo Collectivités and Tisséo Ingénierie. This is a strategically important project for Toulouse and the wider region.

International Women’s Day is a great opportunity to celebrate the contribution women make to the transport sector and to also get us thinking about how we can all further use our influence to accelerate gender parity.

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