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The team at TSP Projects is celebrating the recent completion of the Scunthorpe Power Station Refurbishment design and build project. The complex work programme, which finished earlier this month, included roof and wall replacement together with new lighting, ventilation and structural steel truss replacement and remedial work to other structural steel.read more
Work on a new development to improve the look and feel of Leeds Railway Station is imminent with scaffolding now visible on the southern concourse. The team at TSP Projects has designed a new transparent roof made from Ethylene Tetrafluoroethylene (ETFE) which...read more
The high-profile Sheffield Tram Train project was driven by the Department for Transport and delivered as a partnership between South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive and Network Rail. TSP Projects engineers worked with Network Rail, whose responsibility it was...read more
In our previous post we showed how security barriers by TSP Projects help prevent fatalities in acts that can seriously injure or harm the public. In August 2018, another attack hit the city of London, this time outside the Houses of Parliament. Whilst the perpetrator...read more
On March 22nd 2017, a terrorist attack unfolded on Westminster Bridge which would result in four fatalities, and around 50 serious injuries as a vehicle was used as a primary weapon against the public. During the attack, the vehicle deliberately mounted the...read more
The team at TSP Projects are celebrating being awarded two prestigious accolades at the York Business Awards. More than 300 people attended the black-tie ceremony in November, held at York Racecourse and hosted by BBC presenter Colin Hazelden-Brice. The high-profile...read more
Employees join TSP Projects at all stages of their career and have multiple opportunities that can lead them on their way to a fantastic career in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics). Intern Henry Pritchett wrote and presented the following case...read more
Award-winning UK design consultancy TSP Projects has begun a trans-Atlantic expansion with the opening of a new Canadian office as a satellite to its York HQ.read more
Claire Nightingale joined TSP Projects as an apprentice five years ago and is now an Assistant Engineer designing over-head line equipment for the electrification of the railway. This project will revolutionise Britain’s railways allowing trains to run faster and with...read more
The UK’s first Tram Train was launched at the newly opened Rotherham Parkgate Tram Train stop on Thursday 25 October, marking a milestone in the high-profile transport project for the team at TSP Projects. Project partners from Stagecoach Supertram, Network Rail,...read more
About TSP Projects
TSP Projects is a multidisciplinary solutions business with extensive engineering capabilities and specialist technical expertise in the Rail, Aviation, Energy and Security sectors.
As an award-winning and thriving business, we work in partnership with our clients to develop and deliver high quality, innovative technical solutions for major infrastructure projects across the UK.
We employ highly experienced designers, engineers, architects, planners and project managers and we provide a full range of high quality services from consultancy, design and engineering to manufacture, installation and onsite project management.
All projects delivered and coordinated 100% in BIM.
Based in the UK, with our head office in York supported by three regional offices in Birmingham, Manchester and Reading, our consultancy business is made up of several engineering discipline teams that collaborate on projects to provide the right mix of technical excellence for your project needs.
We have new projects coming in all the time, so if you’d like to be a part of our team then we’d love to hear from you. Please visit our career page to see what openings we currently have.
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