Tim began his railway career in 2000 in the design office as part of the minor works signalling team. His career branched out from signalling design into signalling site management and then project engineering and engineering management for major projects such as West Coast Route Modernisation and the 2012 olympics transport works. He has rounded knowledge of railway projects particularly with a signalling bias having worked on both the client and contractor side and understands the intricacies of project delivery and safety management.
Holding an Engineering Manager (Design) license, Tim's role is to grow Mosaic Rail allowing us to deliver projects across the UK and worldwide cost effectively without compromising on safety or attention to detail.
His wealth of experience allows him to undertake Senior Design Engineer, Contractor's Responsible Engineer, Project Engineering, Engineering Management and Design Management roles with Mosaic Rail.
Matt also began his railway career in 2000 working his way from a trainee designer through to an IRSE licensed principle design engineer. He has undertaken intensive signalling training to ensure he understands and appreciates the British signalling standards and principles and has helped deliver numerous multi-million pound projects across the UK including North Staffs, Manchester South, Peterborough, Gresty Lane, NWEP Phase 4 and Liverpool Lime St.
Matt has acted in Project Engineering, Lead Design Engineering and Contractor's Responsible Engineering roles on behalf of clients and specialises in fringe design from conception through to delivery. His knowledge extends across different types of interlockings including mechanical, electro-mechanical, RRI and SSI/CBI.
Matt's role is to provide technical advice and guidance to both the client and the design team allowing a more efficient design process to be undertaken with minimal change.
He undertakes a variety of roles for Mosaic Rail including Senior Design Engineer, Contractor's Responsible Engineer, Project Engineering and Design Management roles.
Neil started his railway career in 1995 working at the Northern Track Renewals company who were later purchased by Jarvis. Working within the technical department, works undertaken included the renewals of life expired plain line S&C including geotechnical proposals.
Neil has led a variety of major programmes of work in all Permanent way workstreams. Leading teams as technical manager (latterly Engineering Manager) on West Coast Mainline Route Section 7 upgrades and West Coast Route Modernisation works led to client project delivery experiencedthat was gained working for Network Rail overseeing the S&C alliance teams for both Preston & Crewe.
Neil's vast management experience in both Mainline and light rail systems allow him to undertake project Management, Engineering Management and Senior Design Engineer roles within Mosaic Rail.