One of the largest railway surveying firms in the UK, we work on the nation’s railway infrastructure 365 days a year.

With over 200 years combined experience of railway track measurement, we’ve built an enviable and well-deserved reputation as experts in our field based upon the experience and technical knowledge of our personnel as well as the precision and reliability of our deliverables.


Our dedicated Rail Department boasts a team of seasoned railway project and survey managers, all of whom have spent decades in the field before moving on to management.

With almost 150 years’ combined experience surveying, maintaining and installing the nations’ railways, this specialist team controls a workforce of up to 40 professional railway track surveyors. All are PTS qualified and all are supported up by an in-house safety and compliance team including…

  • SSOW and Possession Planners
  • Resource and Delivery Managers
  • HSQE and Rail Coordinators

Working throughout the nation’s Network Rail, London Underground (LUL) and Docklands Light Railway environments, all teams are backed up by the relevant safety and management professionals.


By combining highly-trained personnel with the very latest in rail track survey equipment, we ensure maximum productivity whilst maintaining accuracy and safety in the process. From cutting-edge track measuring devices (TMD – otherwise known as track measurement trolleys) to robotic total stations and precision laser-scanning instruments, our fleet of surveying equipment undergoes constant investment. Regularly updated, maintained and added to, our fleet is amongst the most modern and advanced in the UK.

By combining the very latest advancements in measurement technology with tried and tested methodologies it’s often possible to obtain vital information remotely, carrying out railway track surveys without the need to physically gain access to Network Rail land. Not only does this deliver significant savings in terms of both time and cost, these methods of working naturally deliver significant safety benefits, minimising the requirement for track access and closures whilst reducing the need for safety critical staff in the process.

Get in touch

Whether you’d like to discuss a project, request a quote or would simply like more information on our railway track surveying capabilities, we’d love to hear from you.

Please send a message via our quick enquiry form or call 03450 600 700. A member of our team will be happy to help.