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New HQ for Auctus Management Group following significant growth

Specialist infrastructure services provider Auctus Management Group (AMG), as well as its subsidiaries INFRA Skills and RSS Infrastructure (RSSI), have relocated their headquarters to a new 10,000 sq ft premises in the heart of the West Midlands.

The milestone move to ‘Tech Block’ in the Gee Business Centre, Birmingham, follows a period of significant growth which has seen RSSI named SME of the Year at Network Rail’s Rail Partnership Awards. Both subsidiaries also secured the Professional Services Award at the Birmingham Post Business Awards.

The decision to remain in the area centres around AMG’s commitment to the government’s strategy for the Midlands to become a “growth engine” by investing in key transport projects, such as HS2 and the Midland Metro, as well as up- skilling the local population.

AMG chief executive Richard Toy said: “This move represents an exciting new development for AMG. This announcement follows a series of business highlights which include; the acquisition of Carillion Welding and saving 65 jobs, delivering the UK’s first Level 3 trailblazer apprenticeship scheme in
conjunction with Colas Rail, as well as being appointed a Midland Metro Alliance partner.

“We have now reached a milestone of over 100 employees and our success is testament to our commitment to investing in local talent, new state-of-the-art technology and providing our customers with one complete solution. These new offices will provide us with the space we need to accommodate our growing team of experts to better support our clients as we move to develop new partnerships within the next control period.”


For the last five years RSSI has focused on being at the forefront of technological innovations to deliver increased levels of safety, efficiency and productivity. Its comprehensive service portfolio includes: overhead line electrification, vegetation management, road rail access points and level crossings, civils and construction solutions, safety critical resource services, magnetic safety barrier fencing, protocol points boards, signalling services as well as being the UK’s sole provider of track warning systems.

INFRA Skills aims to deliver a range of services covering safety, people solutions, training and community engagement throughout the sector through its course catalogue that includes: rail apprenticeships; equality, diversity and inclusion training; mental health training; health and safety; competency training and assessments, for which the company has achieved a gold standard.

www.auctusmg.co.uk


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