What we do
We’ve a highly-trained workforce of circa 3500, 40 + national operational centres, 4 training hubs and a fleet of over 2500 vehicles.
Our Kelly Rail workforce makes a great contribution with their commitment to ensure the safety of our engineers. Kelly Rail is proud to have a fantastic back-office team and we’re delighted to introduce a selection of our people whose contribution always ensure successful delivery of projects.
Shanta Pindoria – Wembley
“I started my journey with Kelly Rail 8 years ago as a Project Coordinator. What makes my job enjoyable is the people I get to work with, our team is great. I also enjoy talking to our engineers. I am a support function for them as it is my responsibility to order materials needed to complete their assigned jobs. A fun fact about me is that I’m a big Arsenal fan, my husband and I were delighted when we were able to secure our very own club seats for the season and we try to attend every game possible.”
Elle Corcoran – Wembley
“I joined Kelly Rail as a Project Coordinator 5 years ago. I love working with our team, and every day brings something new. Recently, I had the opportunity to learn new HR-related skills by checking engineers’ tickets and uploading them to our internal database. A fun fact about me is that I am also a qualified eyelash technician.”
Charles Doherty – Glasgow
“I started my journey at Kelly Rail 11 years ago as an apprentice telecoms engineer and I worked my way up to hand back engineer and I am currently carrying out a project engineering role. What makes my job enjoyable is the fact that we have a very close-knit team in Glasgow. We have worked with each other for years now and we always support and help each other. A fun fact that nobody knows about is; when I was at primary school, I was one of 2 students selected to open a local museum on behalf of the school. We were promised a hot-air balloon ride however the Scottish weather deprived us of that, unfortunately.”
Andy Clifton – Brimsdown
“I joined Kelly Rail in March 2023 as a Project Manager overseeing all our live projects ensuring they remain on programme and budget, our teams have the required resources available on-site, ensuring all documentation proceeds in line with the designed programme, health and safety regulations are strictly followed while delivering top quality services. With 25+ years of experience, I had the pleasure of working on major projects for Network Rail, London Overground and London Underground.”
Neil Webber - Brimsdown
“I joined Kelly Rail in April 2023 as a Project Manager, initially working on the Euston Station project and currently focusing on our new VolkerRail contract. I started my career journey 20+ years ago, working on a project for London Underground as an apprentice carpenter and I worked my way up to safe person in charge, senior supervisor, construction manager, project manager and moved up to a head of department position.”
Meet Erblin Bashota – Brimsdown
“I worked as an Apprentice Quantity Surveyor for Kelly Rail between 2018 – 2020, and I re-joined the Group in April 2022 as an Assistant Quantity Surveyor. What makes my job enjoyable is that no two days are the same and I love taking on different challenges. A fun fact is that I am a massive car enthusiast.”
Amber McCaffery – Glasgow
“My name is Amber McCaffery, and I have been working at Kelly Rail for just over a year now. My job role within the company as a Project coordinator consists of timesheets, raising orders, updating fleet lists/headcounts, and completing the out-of-hours each week. I enjoy being part of the team I get to work with different challenges/tasks each day. My fun fact is I have a 2-year-old Cockapoo named Milo.”
Alan Fitzpatrick – Brimsdown
“I joined Kelly Group 27 years ago at the beginning of our BT contract and transferred over to Kelly Rail 10 years later where I am currently working as a Head of Commercial. What makes my job enjoyable is that every day is different and the challenges that come with the pressure of working towards tight deadlines. A fun fact nobody knows about me is that I won an all-Ireland medal in 1990 in the under-18s basketball team.”
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