BCM Construction works were completed to present passenger facing benefits following the blockades at 9 different stations. The works completed included repairs, cleaning and decorating works to station platforms and canopies at Bromley North, Chislehurst, Elmstead Wood, Grove Park,Hither Green, Lee, Mottingham, New Eltham and Sundridge Park.
Using the latest survey technology and techniques, BCM Construction has created a high quality, high accuracy output which can be used by our client for design and planning for the future stages of the project.
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.
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.
The key project deliverable is to complete the platform extensions and associated works by 31st May 2021 to ensure our client can fully introduce and operate their new rolling stock.
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 Construction won the Thameslink Minor Civils Framework Contract to design and execute lineside engineering activities to facilitate the installation of other contractors’ equipment.
BCM Construction were hired by Network Rail to survey electrical assets along with installing ramp end shrouding and replacing lugs on jumper cables. These works took place between London Victoria Station to Balham Station, North Dulwich to Eastfeild and Earlswood to Preston Park.
The objective of the overall project is to improve system resilience and prevent further equipment failures between Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells which have been caused by the introduction of 12-car electric train formations to Tunbridge Wells.
This project was part of the well-known Great Western Electrification Programme. BCM were contracted by Network Rail to Design and Install a HV Independent Feeder cable between the new substations at Royal Wootton Bassett ATFS and Thingley Junction ATFS.