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Engineering for a net zero future

In recognition of 'This is Engineering Day' and in our centenary year we’re celebrating the contribution our engineers are making to deliver a net zero future.

Health & Safety remains First & Foremost

We recently received an amazing 11 awards from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) at its annual awards ceremony, recognising our health and safety successes over the last 12 months.

Good luck Team GB!

As athletes across the world come together to compete in the Tokyo Olympics, we’re wishing every success to Team GB.

Delivering retail therapy

​We’re taking a look through our centenary archives and shining the spotlight on our work in the retail sector.

Going underground to keep London connect-ed

​It’s #throwbackthursday and we’re looking back to 2004 when our London rail team was going underground to help upgrade communications systems for the London Underground.

Blooming Marvellous

​Nothing says Spring – or ‘Happy Centenary’ - like a host of golden daffodils.

Inspiring the Engineers of Tomorrow

We have a proud history of training apprentices and developing the next generation of engineers – and that means we also work hard to promote careers in engineering and inspire the engineers of tomorrow.

A track record delivering rail projects

​Bringing buildings and infrastructure to life is central to the NG Bailey vision and our long history in the rail sector has seen us improving the travelling experience for rail users at some of the busiest stations in the UK.

A journey from apprentice to senior project manager

Completing an electrical apprenticeship turned out to be just the first step on the training ladder for Senior Project Manager Rob Hutchinson.

A step forward in our green journey

Operating responsibly has always been a priority for us, whether it is investing in our people, training apprentices or minimising our impact on the environment.

Training apprentices since 1934

This week is National Apprenticeship Week and we’ll be celebrating the achievements of some of our rising stars.

When Nathan went to No.10

In the run-up to National Apprenticeship Week, we’re taking a trip down memory lane and remembering when senior project engineer, Nathan Willmott, visited No. 10 Downing Street to meet the then Prime Minister Gordon Brown.

Remembering our expansion north of the border

​As Scotland celebrates Burns Night, we’re looking back to the 1970s and 80s when NG Bailey first expanded operations into Scotland.

The fashion of PPE

Bright yellow and orange may not be everyone’s favourite fashion choice, but they are the go-to colours for many of our colleagues.

It's 2021 – our centenary year!

NG Bailey was founded in a basement in Leeds in 1921 with 12 employees carrying out domestic electrical installations. Today, we are still family-owned but have grown to become one of the UK’s leading independent engineering and services businesses working across numerous infrastructure sectors.