Who We Are
BMSL were established in 1996 by individuals who spent their working lives in Construction to provide recruitment solutions to the industry. Through acquisitions and growth we have now extended our services and can offer support across a wide range of products.
As market leaders we operate from 10 locations throughout the UK with associated organisations in Europe and the Philippines giving us National and International coverage across all sectors of industry.
The BMSL Rail Division is currently supplying a full range of Technical and Management disciplines specifically to Rail Projects on Mainline Overground, London Underground and Light Rail infrastructures.
Our Rail Management team have a significant presence within the Rail recruitment industry and have been successfully resourcing all levels of professional qualified candidates within the Signalling, Telecommunications, Permanent Way, Electrification, Power and Civil Engineering disciplines. With our network of Link-Up and ISO 9001: 2008 approved offices located in Livingston, Middlesbrough, Manchester, Lincoln, Birmingham, Bristol and London BMSL are working nationally with our client's demands.
Our Recruitment Consultants offer an unparallel business solution working in tandem with our client's requirements while the project goes through planning, feasibility, construction, installation and to the final commissioning.
Working along side our Rail contingent labour consultants we have supported the professional requirements supplying teams of Civils Tradesmen, General Labour and Track Operatives for both on and off track projects. These multi skilled operatives hold industry specific qualifications We offer a specialist recruitment service undertaking Construction, Track Renewals, Cable Installation, S&T, OHLE, Vegetation control and General Labour.
Plummer to head RDG Paul Plummer is to succeed Michael Roberts as the chief executive of the Rail Delivery Group (RDG) and the Association of Train Operating Companies (ATOC).
NTAR - Setting the standard A training academy which sees itself playing a pivotal role in finally grasping the rail industry’s skills challenge is set to open in October.