Signalling

Our team of experts have extensive experience supporting all aspects of Signalling work on Britain’s tracks - trusted by our clients to deliver projects on-time, whilst adhering to all HSQE regulations.

Supporting our clients with critical signalling project support

To ensure compliance, planning begins in the office prior to commencing work on the tracks – drawing on our IRSE licenced Signalling management team from the planning stages to completion of the project. Partnering with our clients we develop a comprehensive engineering programme to ensure we have the correct level of operatives to undertake the work, and auxiliary resources and equipment are coordinated to avoid any potential delays.

Extensive Signalling services

Signalling engineering work our expert team can provide includes: 

  • Planning and Delivery Support 
  • Installation 
  • IRSE Licensing & Assessment
  • Project Management & Consultancy
  • S&C Installation and Renewal
  • SMTH & G110 Support
  • Design and Survey 
  • Document Production (WPP & TBS)

The expertise to deliver ad-hoc works and emergency callouts

Our Signalling team support short and long-term projects across the UK, including: 

  • Signalling Projects 
  • New works installation
  • Renewal and maintenance of track work for the Private Sector, light rail, metro, mainline and high-speed environment 

Including signalling support for engineering works for bridges, viaducts, culverts and other engineering structures – with work delivered as part of an existing maintenance programme or as a stand-alone service.

Our proof is in our track record

Over the years we’ve delivered a number of safety-critical Signalling and Rail maintenance projects across the tracks for our clients, delivered with zero incidents.

Delivered with a decade of expertise

With over 100 years combined experience delivering both hands-on and project management services, you can rest assured your project will be in safe hands with our management team. Our Signalling Managers are also longstanding members of the Institution of Rail Signal Engineers (IRSE), which ensures they continue to maintain industry standards.