``Together we will be better positioned to focus on our mission to provide clients with an extensive range of welding services whilst delivering great customer service. Furthermore, this agreement will ensure support continuity for our client base and meet all of their infrastructure requirements as we move into Control Period 6.``

Karl Dean - Head of Welding

Reliable. Trustworthy. Proven.

Since the acquisition of Carillion Welding by RSS Infrastructure Ltd, RSS Welding has been providing a specialised and professional service to businesses within the Construction and Rail/Light Rail industries. Based from Doncaster, the division covers the majority of the UK through its satellite locations in Cardiff, Stoke and Alnwick.
To ensure that the company has both the capability and capacity to be able to cater for large-scale projects, the organisation has invested extensively in training and developing fully qualified teams, who together have formed a reputation for driving performance, increasing productivity and delivering advanced-welding solutions at a highly competitive rate without compromising on quality.
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A Reputable Workforce

The company’s superior client relationships have been created on a foundation of honesty and trust and has led to the division being the longest serving Network Rail (NWR) welding sub-contractors. The company has been supporting NWR with its maintenance and renewals programme by casting over 9,200 Aluminothermic welds in 2017.

Clients currently utilising RSS welding services include; NWR West Midlands, NWR Carlisle, NWR Preston, NWR Stafford, NWR Crewe, NWR Liverpool, NWR Northampton, NWR Edinburgh, NWR Special projects [Oxford], Babcock plain line & S&C Amey [Old Carillion Projects], Colas plain line & S&C, Midland Metro, Trackwork Ltd, Stobart Rail projects, Newcastle Nexus [Maintenance] & Volker Rail.