As part of Network Rail’s improvement to public safety around Level Crossings and User Works Crossings, a program to upgrade 6 User Works crossings on the Southminster to Wickford line were awarded to AMCOGiffen to be undertaken over 12 month period.
The TPI Re-signalling project was principally developed to ensure that LUL’s new ‘S’ type trains would be able to run on current LUL infrastructure by immunizing track circuits that operated at less than 100HZ.
The Swindon Re-signalling Project was awarded to SSL to deliver the design, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of the renewed signalling and the associated power system.
RT Infrastructure Solutions completed a 3 stage signalling commissioning, along with earlier pre-requisite installation works, bringing a successful conclusion to their works in Scotland for 2013.
The delivery of Network Rail’s £3.5 billion track renewals programme comprises of four major rail companies, Balfour Beatty Rail, Babcock, Amey-Colas and Amey.
All of RT Infrastructure’s works at North Pole Depot was based around the government’s decision to proceed with the much anticipated Intercity Express Programme (IEP).