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Last week, NIS was featured in The Manufacturer.


Read the news article here.

National Infrastructure Solutions (NIS), launched by former youth international footballer and Royal Marine Commando Davie Carns, in 2018, is looking to support hundreds of local workers.


“Our region has a major employment opportunity with billions of pounds going into rail infrastructure projects planned for or passing through our area,” explained Davie, who initially started work in the sector as a trackman, often working weekends and nights while undertaking resettlement from the military.



Read more about this here.

26 January 2022 at 08:00:00

NIS expansion puts it on track to support the rail sector’s 120,000 recruitment push

NIS expansion puts it on track to support the rail sector’s 120,000 recruitment push

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