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Atkins

Atkins has one of Europe’s largest tunnelling groups working extensively in the rail industry on new light rail, metro, heavy rail projects and in the inspection and rehabilitation of existing infrastructure. Atkins, through its size, is able to offer a fully multidisciplinary service to its clients who range from public bodies through Contractors to specialist clients in the legal and financial sectors.

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Network Rail Selects Siemens and Atkins as Digital Railway Partners

Network Rail Selects Siemens and Atkins as Digital Railway Partne...

Network Rail has chosen Siemens and Atkins to help deliver the East Coast Digital Railway programme between London and Peterborough.

Atkins Appointed to Review Thameslink Control System

Atkins Appointed to Review Thameslink Control System

Atkins will review the Tranista Thameslink control system to ensure it satisfies Network Rail’s functional and operational requirements.

Crossing London

Crossing London

All the info about the Crossrail Construction under the streets of London. The construction of Crossrail is one of Europe's major infrastructure projects.

Atkins’ Study Reduces Travel Time on Key Denmark to Germany Rail Route

Atkins’ Study Reduces Travel Time on Key Denmark to Germany Rai...

A study produced by Atkins has shown ways to reduce travel time on an important rail route to Germany that crosses the northern to the southern part of Western ...

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