SEP Rail

The nation’s fastest growing independent rail group, SEP Rail is made up of three specialist businesses, operating right across the UK’s rail network and all eight GRIP stages…

  • SEP Rail Services – Surveying, Measuring, Modelling and Monitoring
  • SEP Rail Design – Track Design, Drainage Design, Gauge Clearance Analysis, Civils Design
  • SEP Rail Engineering – Site Engineering, Engineering Consultancy, Engineering Management, Project and Delivery Management

Bringing together some of the best known and most experienced professionals in the industry, we’ve built our reputation upon the quality, reliability, and flexibility of our service, developing innovative solutions to complex problems, making tomorrow’s railway a better place. It’s no wonder, therefore, that we’ve built a genuine following, not only amongst our clients and partners but also those looking to join a team that genuinely invests in its people.

From initial surveys right through to design, engineering, and monitoring, we support our clients throughout the full life cycle of their projects, providing the support and data they need to make truly informed decisions.

The result? The safe, efficient, and compliant outcome our clients expect, saving time and money in the process.

  • Part female-owned with women in key positions throughout the group, it’s no wonder that we’re passionate about the furtherment of women in rail. But no matter how great the strides we make as a business, in such a traditionally male dominated environment, gender diversity remains an incredibly serious issue for the UK’s rail industry.

    We don’t see parity as just a women’s issue but rather a matter of right and wrong. It’s also a business issue with gender equality and diversity being essential for organisations and economies to thrive.

    By supporting The Big Rail Diversity Challenge, we’re hoping to shine a light on the overwhelming need for gender equality, not just in the UK, the rail industry and our community, but throughout the entire world, encouraging others to make diversity part of their strategy, making rail a far more attractive prospect for women and helping to address the industry’s chronic skills shortage in the process.