BCM Construction was contracted by Amey Rail to extend the 4 platform lengths at Kettering station to serve new 240m trains following the December 2019 timetable change on the fast and slow lines. This will increase capacity on the Midland Mainline for Network Rail.
BCM are part of the Breheny led delivery team building the Fitzalan Bypass link road and Southern Lyminster bypass. BCM are responsible for the construction of the new overbridges at Toddington Lane and the Brighton to Littlehampton railway line.
The objective was to execute a UTX for WPD at two separate substations by constructing a thrust and drive pit for auger boring to commence. This would all be completed whilst keeping the track live.
BCM Construction were awarded the Principal Contractors role for the Design and Construction of the full civil engineering scope of works for the Feltham Resignalling Project Phase 2 and residual Phase 1. This multi-disciplinary project covers over 60 miles in total.
BCM have been contracted by UKPNS to support them on the civil and electrical elements of the Hinkley Point C site commissioning.
BCM Construction won the Thameslink Minor Civils Framework Contract to design and execute lineside engineering activities to facilitate the installation of other contractors’ equipment.
Crossrail is a multi billion pound transport infrastructure scheme, delivering a new 118-kilometre (73-mile) railway line to London and the Home Counties of Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Essex. In 2015, BCM were awarded a prestigious contract to complete the civil engineering
In September 2015, Rail Civil Engineering Contractor – BCM – were awarded a significant substation civils project on Network Rail’s Great Western Electrification infrastructure project on the lines between Reading and Bristol stations.
These works form part of the wider Great Western Route Modernisation, which involves complex infrastructure works, new trains and service changes. These aim to improve services along the rail route, which connects London with West and South West England and South Wales.
BCM delivered an extension and phased regeneration of Platforms 1 and 2 including a new overbridge, canopy and commercial unit installation at Clapham Junction. The works were adjacent to the operational railway and the platforms were open to the public during the works. With Clapham being the busiest train movement station in the UK, BCM developed an innovative materials distribution solution at the adjacent viaduct and conducted a meticulous programme of material and plant deliveries, whilst co-ordinating with all relevant project stakeholders.
Following previous successful contracts with Alstom, BCM delivered the most compelling offer for the civil engineering scope of the railway signalling renewal scheme for the Great Western Electrification project.
The contract was let to BCM on a design and install basis, for the civil engineering elements of the project, covering a geographical work scope of nearly 300 miles of track between Paddington and Bristol stations, including some branch lines.