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SYSTRA relocates as part of ambitious growth strategy

SYSTRA, a leading transport planning, engineering, and infrastructure specialist, has relocated to Charlotte Square in Edinburgh. It said that the move was prompted by strong local growth and the desire to attract new talent in Scotland – which, in turn, would help it meet the evolving needs of clients.

Its Edinburgh-based multi-disciplinary signature team advises the Scottish Government, Transport Scotland, Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire Regional Transport Partnership (Nestrans), Tayside & Central Scotland Transport Partnership (Tactran) and Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT), as well as several local authorities across Scotland including Aberdeen City Council, Dumfries and Galloway and Renfrewshire Council. The Edinburgh team also supports private businesses across the retail, commercial, higher education and energy sectors, including ASDA Stores Ltd, and Ascona.

Edinburgh is home to SYSTRA’s microsimulation hub, and the industry renowned Paramics software began in Edinburgh and is now in demand by policy and decision-makers globally.

Sebastien Dupont, Managing Director (Consultancy) at SYSTRA, added: “Our new office in Edinburgh provides a fitting setting for our ambition to be the Signature Team of choice for transport and infrastructure services in Scotland. The office is wonderfully accessible by bus, tram and train, and is proudly adjacent to the newly-delivered segregated cycle route – part of the city’s strategic drive to encourage active and sustainable travel.

“We are looking forward to growing our portfolio of work in Scotland and continuing to support our clients on complex sustainable infrastructure projects in the UK, Ireland and around the world.”

SYSTRA’s new Edinburgh office is located at 18 Charlotte Square, Edinburgh, EH2 4DF.

Charlotte Square is located in Edinburgh’s west end and is part of the city’s famous Georgian New Town and the Edinburgh’s UNESCO World Heritage site. It is also near to Bute House, the home of Scotland’s First Minister, putting it right at the heart of transport links and decision-making seats.

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