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RJ Power Rail Secures Network Rail E&P Framework

RJ Power Rail is delighted to announce the award of an Electrification and Plant (E&P) Reactive and Minor Works Framework on behalf of Network Rail (NR). The Framework will run from 2019 to 2023 and will include both minor works and reactive works.

Recognising the requirement to facilitate a Principal Contractor framework, the RJ Power Rail and Network Rail teams will be co-located, in order to provide the necessary response time for emergencies and provide a collaborative environment for works continuity, in order to maximise benefits to the NR route and drive forward the success of this partnership.

The type of works associated with this railway E&P framework are as follows:

  • Traction Power Distribution
  • Electrical track equipment, such as conductor rail, DC cables, lugs and negative bonding
  • Non-traction power distribution
  • Points and conductor rail heating
  • LV Systems (including DNO supplies)
  • Lighting and other domestic systems
  • SCADA and ECR (Electrical Control Room) systems
  • Sub-Station earth farm installation

The works will include design, implementation, testing, commissioning and project hand back.

Rail Managing Director Peter White had this to say:

“We are delighted to have been awarded this new contract which demonstrates our significant capability and experience in railway E&P.

“We look forward to continuing our collaborative partnership and the future delivery of this important work on behalf of Network Rail, to the very highest industry standard.”

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The Graylands Estate,
Unit 20,
Langhurst Park,
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