The minor signalling frameworks, which are split into 17 route-based lots have been awarded as follows:
- Amaro Signalling – South East
- AMCO – Scotland, South East and Wales
- Amey – Wales, Wessex and Western
- Balfour Beatty – London North Eastern & East Midlands, Wessex and Western
- Linbrooke – Anglia, Western and London North West
- OSL Global – Scotland
- Volker Rail – Anglia, London North Eastern & East Midlands, London North West
The frameworks will deliver minor signalling and refurbishment works, supporting Network Rail’s Works Delivery teams.
Martin Robinson, commercial director signalling said: “The minor signalling framework awards are the second awards in a three-tier approach to signalling delivery for CP6 which aims to recognise the differing signalling work banks we have to deliver. The awards have gone to signalling suppliers that between them, have many years of experience supporting our maintenance and delivery teams and will help Network Rail to continue to improve the signalling asset condition and in turn improve reliability for passengers over the coming years.
We wanted to take the time out to say it was great meeting you at Railtex! Our speakers thoroughly enjoyed speaking at the RIA knowledge hub and we all enjoyed making new connections and catching up with current clients. With offices across the UK and India we work on some of the most demanding and challenging railway projects, safely, on time and on budget. If you would like more information about OSL and our services, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
A snapshot from the Battersea Project being undertaken by OSL’s Head of S&C, Neil Denton. Neil was asked to assist with points rectification and inspection at the manufacturers, Progress Rail and support with the set up and final inspection on site at Battersea. Final sign off will be completed on the 2nd May 2019.