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SWGR appoints new Head of Delivery for Scotland to build on experienced team

Leading UK infrastructure support services provider SWGR is delighted to announce the appointment of Stuart Munro as its Head of Delivery for Scotland.

Stuart joins in early January with a wealth of experience in railway multi-disciplinary projects from Track Renewals, OHL construction, isolations, and frontline management – gained from roles in Network Rail, SSE and SPL.

Stuart joins at a time where SWGR continues to grow – demonstrating high standards when it comes to safety and quality. This has been recognised through SWGR’s listing as a finalist in both the Safety and Health Excellence Awards 2022 and the Rail Business Awards 2022. Both of the awards focus on the best of the industry nationally when it comes to health, safety and wellbeing of colleagues and customers. This is recognition of SWGR’s excellent track record of safety innovation and professional delivery on the frontline at every opportunity to ensure everyone arrives home safely every day.


In Scotland, SWGR continues to provide high quality services with this impeccable safety record. It delivers Possession Management, Isolation Services, Track Welding and Labour Contingent works for clients across the region.

Stuart said: “SWGR is a company that is delivering consistently fantastic levels of work and I am excited to be able to be a part of the journey.

“It is thanks to the forward-thinking mentality of the team and a constant hunger to innovate and make a difference beyond the basic work that it I felt it was the right move to make in my career.

“In everything we do, ensuring we deliver safely and deliver well is essential. SWGR is dedicated to doing the right thing and it is a business I am delighted to join.”

Commenting on the appointment, Raj Sinha, Group Managing Director said: “I am absolutely delighted that Stuart is joining SWGR at this exciting time.

“Stuart brings a wealth of experience and considerable knowledge to SWGR from his time as a client and contracting leader in the the industry. His appointment will further strengthen our ability to deliver the very best service to our clients.”

Fiona Baggley  – Director of Business Services at SWGR  said: “Stuart’s knowledge of the challenges facing our customers, his experience of implementing major programmes will be key to delivering the next phase of our frontline services strategy.”

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