Global Rail Services Ltd is part of the Global Infrastructure Group and is a leading Irish provider of design, construct and commission services for clients across a wide range of engineering and infrastructure sectors
Global Rail Services awarded Driver Only Enhancement Works at Irish Rail’s Kildare line & Northern lines
Global Rail Services is pleased to announce it has been awarded a contract with Irish Rail to provide upgrades to its DOO CCTV at Kildare line and the Northern line under the project DOO Image Enhancement.
Our in-house Mechanical and Electrical (M&E) team will be providing the following services on a scheme which forms part of the Maintenance and Replacement of Mechanical and Electrical Systems framework agreement with Irish Rail:
Supply, Install & Commission of Composite CCTV Driver Only Operated CCTV Equipment
Associated Cable and Cable Containment
Other items – civils requiring Pole bases and ducting, supply of PA Speakers and Cable
Decommission & removal of old kit, cable and equipment
Supply and install of CCTV Platform Equipment
On award of the works, Tom Staunton, General Manager of Global Rail Services, said:
“We are delighted to have secured this significant contract with Irish Rail, which is a further addition to our framework delivery. Our vast experience of safety-critical M&E projects in the rail industry will help us with the completion of this scheme, which will provide robust and modern Driver Only CCTV systems at both of these heavily used locations.
“We will work to a tightly scheduled programme of works to ensure the upgrades are delivered on-time with minimum disruption to passengers, and of course with safety at the forefront of our works.”
Global Rail Services is a leading Irish multi-disciplinary contractor that offers a one-stop building and refurbishment solution, using a combination of their in-house Project Management, Building and M&E workforce.
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