Fri 20th July, 2018
It is not very often London gets a brand new railway station but this happening right now
Fri 19th January, 2018
19 new DOO CCTV platforms were commissioned at stations on the Great Western Route over the Christmas period. The systems were set up to operate with the new Elizabeth Line trains which are currently in trial running.
Fri 12th January, 2018
December's taster day involved a team of A-level students, from various schools, experiencing the engineering of railway construction.
Mon 10th July, 2017
Charing Cross Northern line ticket hall has just reopened to the public following closure in September 2016. Under LU's integrated Stations Programme, the 1970s ticket hall, which is the larger of two at Charing Cross
Fri 28th April, 2017
The HSQE figures for the year 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017 have now been established.
Tue 7th March, 2017
Commenced in late 2015, our team is entering the final phase of handover for the Paddington Bakerloo Link project. This LU project included the design and construction of critical, operational LV infrastructure including 3 new switch rooms.
Fri 1st July, 2016
Engineers at Fourway have developed a technique to improve the process for designing platform CCTV systems
Fri 27th May, 2016
Our team working on the London Bridge Station Redevelopment has been significantly involved in the successful delivery of the new integrated control room or iSCR which opened in mid-May.
Wed 16th March, 2016
As system engineers, our role in de-risking station redevelopment projects is often most important in the way we deliver the control room. Migration of this critical asset has to be considered in the context of the overall programme of systems activity. The full range of design and installation possibilities can then be applied to optimise efficiency and reduce risk. But to achieve these outcomes, system engineers must consider a wider set of imperatives.
Thu 12th November, 2015
Earlier in the month Greenford became the first station to operate one of five incline lifts being brought into use on the London Underground network.
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