Deploy UK Rail Ltd has assisted on The Thameslink Programme which has delivered new infrastructure, including track and signalling on one of the busiest parts of Network Rail’s infrastructure while keeping it open to passengers. By realigning tracks at Blackfriars and in and around London Bridge trains do not have to slow down or stop at junctions to allow other services to pass. Relieving these bottlenecks reduces the time trains wait for platforms to clear, increases resilience, reduces delays, will enable more Thameslink services to
operate through central London and improves performance. London Bridge has been rebuilt to create more through platforms, from nine terminating and six through platforms to six terminating and nine through platforms. As well as the redevelopment of the station itself, work at London Bridge included track remodelling and re-signalling of all lines East and West of London Bridge station. This has involved 128 different track layout changes and nine major re-signalling changes plus the strengthening of 35 bridge structures. Over 40km track and 147 new switches and crossings have been installed.
PC Monitors - Engineering Supervisors - Crane / Machine Controllers - Points operators - Safe Work Leader 1 & 2 - Controllers of Site Safety - Site Security - Car Park Attendants - Minibus Drivers - Cleaners - Pway Gangs - DC Isolation teams - Cable Pullers - Possession Managers - Site Managers - Possession Support
Rail Manager: Aaron Burnside - email@example.com
Senior Consultant: Stefan Iacob - stefan.Iacob@deployuk.com