Rail Jobs

 

Blueprint’s specialist Rail division provides contract, temporary and permanent staff to Engineering & Design Consultancies, Design & Build Contractors, Specialist Rail contractors, Rail supply organisations and Train Operating companies across the entire UK.

In Civil Engineering we provide staff for major Highway, Rail and Transportation projects and our client list reflects the leading companies in the industry.

In the Structural Engineering sector, our clients include structural and civil consultants, design and build contractors and local authorities. We provide structural engineers, bridge engineers, designers, technicians and draughters for both office and site based Structural Engineering jobs throughout the UK.

Our team of experienced professional recruiters delivers a high quality recruitment service to the Civil/Structural Engineering industry with enthusiasm and reliability. Please call us now for help with your next contract or permanent requirement.

 

Vacancies By Email

Get There First With Vacancies By Email

Get specific job types, tailored to your requirements, sent straight to your inbox as soon as they are available. Register Now »

Latest rail News

Arcadis, WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff and Grimshaw celebrate completion of second stage of London Bridge Station!

This week saw the opening of the street level concourse and through platforms of London Bridge Station, successfully delivered by Arcadis, WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff and Grimshaw, working for Costain. As part ...
Read More >>

Arcadis, WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff and Grimshaw celebrate completion of second stage of London Bridge Station!

This week saw the opening of the street level concourse and through platforms of London Bridge Station, successfully delivered by Arcadis, WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff and Grimshaw, working for Costain. As part ...
Read More >>

ThyssenKrupp?s 'Willy Wonka' rotating lift potential for London Underground

Industry representatives have met to discuss the possibility of introducing multi-lift systems to the London Underground.

The lift is European firm’s ThyssenKrupp creation, and allows for multi...
Read More >>

Great Western electrification starts crucial stage between South Marston and Royal Wootton Bassett

Network Rail are set to begin the next phase of work for overhead lines between South Marston and Royal Wootton Bassett, who will start digging foundations for overhead lines at the end of this month.

<...>Read More >>
Luton Airport Reveals 200m Light Rail Link Plans

Luton City Council have revealed plans for a £200m light railway system from between the airport terminal and London St Pancras, via Luton Airport Parkway station. The £200m system, which would c...
Read More >>

Skanska awarded £74m Network Rail contract in Manchester

Swedish-based firm Skanska have today announced their joint venture with BAM Nuttall for a Network Rail contract, awarded by Network Rail.

The contract will be for the Northern Hub project in Manches...
Read More >>

Bidding starts for £520m HS2 Phase 2 consultant?s prize

HS2 have started looking for a phase 2 development partner and teams of consultants to produce three civil engineering and environmental design packages for the route from Birmingham to Leeds and Manchester....
Read More >>

Balfour Beatty seals £170m Underground contract extension

Leading infrastructure group Balfour Beatty have been awarded a £170m two-year extension to its current Track Partnership contract for London Underground. The Partnership, which is an alliance between ...
Read More >>

Grimshaw granted planning permission for Nine Elms development

TfL have announced that they have been given planning permission for Grimshaw’s Nine Elms Over Site Development (OSD), as granted by Lambeth Council Planning Committee. The TfL-commissioned project, wh...
Read More >>

New Oxford Station Design Winners Revealed!

Wilkinson Eyre, Allies & Morrison and AHR have won the competition to develop a concept design for the Oxford station redevelopment.

The competition was managed by the Royal Institute of British ...
Read More >>