We deliver turnkey communication packages across the country's underground and overground network including design, supply, installation and commissioning. At stations, this typically includes public address, CCTV, customer information, access control, radio, help points, station management systems, IT and data networks. See Case Studies >
We provide train dispatch CCTV such as OPO or DOO including associated civil and steel work.
We provide telephone concentrator systems for a variety of locations such as stations, train crew accommodation, depots and signal boxes.
For Underground railways we have provided turnkey tunnel telephone and emergency traction discharge systems.
We undertake building services projects either as design and build or installation only. We cover electrical distribution networks, lighting and lighting control systems...
Through our construction division we contract with end-clients and large civil or M&E contractors to deliver packages of building services, telecommunications and other systems...
Our ability to deliver to clients is dependent on sourcing services, materials and equipment from a wide range of UK and global companies.
We operate a 7500sq foot pre-build facility at Cheshunt in Hertfordshire. This allows us to fabricate, assemble and pre-wire in a low cost, safe environment.
We have built a trusted, multi-skilled site workforce over many years. Dedication and ownership of the task in hand along with a team spirit are fundamental requirements.
To find out more about the projects we have delivered within the transport infrastructure sector please view our case studies.
Fourway are a STAKE contractor. This is a 5 year framework for the refurbishment of 70 underground stations. We provide both design and construction services direct to London Underground across a broad range of station assets and systems.
Fourway delivered LV supplies, depot lighting and SISS systems in partnership with T Clarke for this important project. The works increased the capability of the Silwood Sidings site in South East London as an operational railway facility for the stabling of ten 5-car train units.
Fourway delivered the telecommunication to the Gravesend Station Remodelling Project. Forming a key partner for the 15-day Christmas blockade we delivered critical modifications across a range of SISS and ops telecomms asset groups.
Contracted to deliver the telecommunications for Crossrail's C350 contract, Fourway separated the project into two elements: Firstly the design and installation of new systems for the fit out of the new DLR station and secondly the design and migration of existing control systems from the old Pudding Mill Lane Station to the new.