Fusion connects the expertise, innovation and resources of three world-leading engineering businesses: Morgan Sindall, BAM and Ferrovial, to design, construct and operate innovative engineering solutions for large, complex infrastructure programmes in the UK and across the world.

Within the UK our track record of joint projects includes significant elements of Crossrail, Thames Tideway, a host of enhancements to Heathrow Airport and some of the critical transport links for London 2012.

Fusion creates opportunities for people, we are committed to providing new career opportunities for all. Our ethos is to achieve a balanced and fair employee demographic, which mirrors the communities that we serve. By connecting people to these opportunities we can help to ensure that our industry is an inclusive and dynamic place to work, for us all.

Connecting people is the foundation of everything we stand for and represent, connecting people with opportunities, businesses and communities. Through increased investment within infrastructure, we can help make the UK a fairer and balanced place to live.

  • At Fusion we are committed to evolving are methods in order to attract women into rail. Breaking away from conventional, restrictive methods which for too long have limited access to industry opportunities.

    Fusion are delighted to be involved in the Big Rail Diversity Challenge for the second year. To help accelerate the message of gender diversity and inclusion; the Fusion team will be made up of members from Fusion, strategic partners and the supply chain.

    For Fusion being involved in the Big Rail Diversity Challenge represents the ideal opportunity to demonstrate our commitment to change, exploring new methods that reach and consult with a potentially untapped and skilled, female resource pool.

    Attracting a diverse and inclusive workforce is just the first step, we also look to harness a culture that is progressive and dynamic, nurturing the talent of our people.

    Fusion are proud to be supporting the Big Rail Diversity challenge and the efforts of leading organisations such as Women in Rail.