Here you'll find tusp's most recent news, including details of our latest projects, new partnerships and exciting internal developments.
tusp Response to Covid-19
tusp commends the response of the Rail Industry to Covid-19, with rail freight transporting vital supplies, resources and workers across the UK, and rail workers keeping morale high and commuters safe. Everyone who works on the railway has an incredibly important role, and we are very proud of our consultants, who are keeping the railway running and working hard for the future of Britain’s railways.
Staff from our head office are now working from home but feel more like a team than ever, with easy access to video technology, conference calls, emails and mobile phones we are very much open for business and have been working nonstop supporting our consultants and planning for future projects.
tusp are proud and excited to have entered a joint venture with TES2000, POISE, RCU and Technotrack.
The joint venture will provide a full design, build and commissioning solution underpinned by strong governance, an impeccable safety culture and powerful drive and determination to offer the industry an innovative and sustainable solution.
It will operate under a Principal Contractor Licence held by TES2000, who bring delivery expertise and railway safety critical knowledge which has been gained through their tenure as a trusted delivery partner for many tier 1 contractors as well as Network Rail.
You can find more information about the joint venture here.
We are very proud to have successfully supported several main clients, developed
a number of joint venture opportunities and the tusp tendering team are now
completing a number of significant tenders, so will have capacity moving forward.
We have a significantly experienced and driven team so if you are looking for bid
management, technical writing, estimating or peer reviews then please get in
Business Development - April
The tusp business development team have been extremely busy working with UK and international clients this month and have enjoyed building delivery teams for many exciting ventures and projects. We have relished exploring opportunities in diverse sectors, ranging from transport, renewables and construction to the provision of digital solutions, with some of these projects in unique locations and niche areas.
We’ve been building strong relationships with many new consultants and reconnecting with old contacts. tusp are fortunate to have so many fantastic and experienced consultants both in the UK and overseas who can provide subject matter expertise across such a wide variety of sectors.
In March our BD Manager Sarah Ludlam went to visit one of our Senior
Consultants, Pieter Esbach, who is leading a large civil engineering project for one
of our clients in Peterborough. Pieter was very happy to report that the project
was moving along well. The works will enable more passenger trains to run on the
East Coast mainline and involves a new two-track line, a new underpass and a river
Our site visits allow the BD team to improve our industry knowledge
and to forge and maintain great relationships with our expert consultants.
Canada Infrastrcuture Forum
In March we attended the Canada Infrastructure Forum at Canada House
in London. In conjunction with the UK Department of International trade, the
speakers from various Canadian provinces spoke about Canadian projects,
goals and initiatives. There is a huge focus on Transit Oriented Communities &
Developments, emphasising community-based transit systems which look to
increase both jobs and numbers of people living in affordable housing near or
within a short walk of transport routes. With lots of options for UK businesses to
get involved across a variety of industry sectors, we are excited to explore future