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We’ve reinvented the London train commute by adding 80% more seats in peak time, integrated more renewable energy into the UK’s power mix through smart grids and created intelligent sensors which help people find parking spaces quicker in the city. Can you help us create what’s next?
Population growth, rapid urbanization and climate change are just some of the things that put our infrastructure under pressure. Through electrification, automation and digitalization, we’re working hard to enhance our cities all around the UK.
With over 14,000 people spread across 25 major offices and 13 manufacturing sites, we’re creating innovation up and down the country. We help thousands of people get to and from work every day, reduce congestion in major cities with intelligent parking systems and monitor vehicle emissions to improve air quality in urban centers like Birmingham. On top of that, we’re contributing to the communities we work in by actively inspiring and investing in the next generation of UK engineers.
If you’re excited by creating the technologies and solutions we need to improve our ever-expanding cities – let’s chat. You’ll help ensure stable economic development, comprehensive public safety and sustainable and affordable housing for millions of people.
Looking for a new challenge in a field that matters? There are so many opportunities available – from making sustainable energy more economical to building intelligent infrastructure that change the cities we live in. The opportunities are endless – the choice is yours.
Fields of work
We’re creating groundbreaking technologies from smart factories and smart grid concepts to flexible manufacturing systems that use lightweight robots and 3D printers. Find out how you can be a part of what’s to come.