About us

The Global Infrastructure Group of companies consists of UK based Global Rail Construction Ltd, Irish based Global Rail Services Ltd, Australian based Global Rail Australia Pty Ltd and GRA Networks, a subsidiary operating in both Ireland and Australia. Read more

How we work

The Global Infrastructure Group directly employs more than 400 staff on projects in the UK, Ireland and Australia and plan for the future with a range of graduate schemes, internships and apprenticeships. Read more

Our activities

We provide a wide range of construction and engineering services to infrastructure sectors including rail and transport, telecoms, multi-utilities, power and communications. Read more

What we do

We have expansive experience within civil and structural, telecoms, signalling, mechanical and electrical engineering and offer both standalone services and a fully integrated solution to our clients. Read more

Railway Construction


Global Infrastructure Group’s railway construction capability supports the latest technology, management and engineering know-how to deliver rail projects and services to the highest standards of quality and safety.

We offer our clients a service that helps them plan, build and maintain their railway infrastructure. We have the skills and experience to deliver multi disciplinary turnkey design and construct projects. We work to meet and exceed their needs on time and within budget. We understand the importance of minimising disruption to their operations while we work.

Working on mainline railways, metro systems and light rail, we offer as a group a full in-house solution and provide full design, build, test and commission services in the following areas:

  • Civil, Structural Engineering and Building
  • Mechanical, Electrical and Power
  • Signalling
  • Permanent Way
  • Telecoms
  • Façade Solutions
  • Train On-Board Support Services
  • Labour Supply
Global Infastructure Group


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