At RT Infrastructure Solutions our aim is to supply our customers with a safe, highly skilled, reliable and multi disciplined work force and / or solution on demand.
In order to achieve our vision to be the "Outsourcing provider of choice to all major companies operating within UK Rail infrastructure", we have incorporated into our company values the concept of Growth through development for all our people as we aim to maintain the highest possible standards for all of our customers, all of the time.
As a company that understands the Rail industry we focus heavily on our workforce's competence and ability, placing great emphasis on ensuring that duties are undertaken and carried out correctly and safely. And in addition with the support of our sister training company RT Training Solutions we have a commercially viable route to recruit, train, assess and develop our existing and newly employed workforce in the competences required to deliver our customers needs.
Currently we supply a workforce and or other solutions to the majority of major Railway contractors, including leading names such as Signalling Solutions, Babcock Rail, Balfour Beatty Rail, DB Schenker, Bombardier, Dyer & Butler, Kent PHK, Volker Fitzpatrick and Chiltern Railways.
We understand the demands on our customers to achieve value and therefore offer a collaborative and flexible approach that ensures that the most competitive and contractually realistic solution is achieved for all. Our estimating team assess each requirement on an individual basis and ensure the best possible solution is provided regardless of complexity or size.
Our companies operations are centrally managed from a modern purpose built head office based in East Anglia with further temporary and or co-located offices and depots established where and as required to meet our customer's needs.
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.