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Acquisition marks launch of global bridge centre of excellence

31 August 2017 – SYSTRA is transforming its global bridge engineering capability with the acquisition of International Bridge Technologies (IBT), a world-renowned bridge design company. Following today’s acquisition, SYSTRA will establish a global bridge centre of excellence that will offer clients best-in-class specialist bridge design expertise.

SYSTRA has been selected by the European Investment Bank (EIB) to provide consultancy services for the upgrade of public transport infrastructure in 20 cities in Ukraine.

SYSTRA now ranks among the Top 10 international design firms in transport.

Phil Halewood FCILT MCIHT has recently joined the Northern England Business Unit of SYSTRA Ltd. as an Associate Director, strengthening their Transportation offer in the North West and North of England.

SYSTRA is delighted to be taking part in the annual Transport Practitioners Meeting (TPM) on 28th – 29th June in Nottingham. The TPM is an annual meeting place for transport planners, highway engineers and urban transport designers.

We are absolutely delighted to be taking part in this year’s National Rail Conference in Birmingham on 15th June. It looks set to be a day of sharing and learning! We are very much looking forward to meeting friends, colleagues and clients.

SYSTRA's story began 60 years ago this week. On 6th June 1957, SNCF created railway design and construction company SOFRERAIL, putting down our first roots. The rest, as they say, is history.

The South Europe Atlantic (SEA) high speed line was inaugurated at a ceremony on Friday 12 May by the management of COSEA, the design and build consortium led by VINCI Construction.

Property developer CEG has been granted planning permission for a 120-unit residential development in Long Hanborough, West Oxfordshire following a successful appeal to the Planning Inspectorate.

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SYSTRA and Meinhardt win two Reference Design Consultant (RDC) contracts for the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High Speed Rail Project

SYSTRA is one of a team of three consultants (with Cenex and Next Green Car) that is currently developing tools to assess how much electric vehicle charging infrastructure will be needed to deliver Britain’s climate change goals. 

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