Morrison Rail Services, the specialist rail division of Morrison Utility Services, has been appointed by Network Rail to manage the renewal of 4Nº rectifier transformers and rectifier units and associated equipment at the Merstham, Preston Park, Redhill and Salfords substations.
The Sussex transformer renewals project will involve complex staging designs to ensure railway service remains unaffected throughout the renewal works. The project is valued at £1.2m and is expected to run to July 2014. The scope of works includes:
Jim Arnold, Executive Director, Morrison Utility Services comments:
“We are delighted to have been awarded this project by Network Rail. This scheme involves the integration of new equipment into existing substations, with complex staging designs, including the creation of detailed inspection and test plans (ITPs), deployed to ensure rail service across the Sussex region remains entirely unaffected. Value engineering analysis and delivery, twinned with the deployment of modern construction methods, have served to avoid daily HV switch outs, whilst ensuring that the performance and reliability of the Sussex electrification system is maintained.”
Headquartered in Doncaster, Morrison Rail Services provides comprehensive design, installation and commissioning of HV and LV power for rail projects that cover a broad range of asset engineering services including:
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