“We were able to provide the client with real-time insight into the Frouds Lane project via our app. Shift reports and images were available to them almost instantly. It is a very useful and innovative tool.”
Dave Bamford, Head of Civils & Construction
Civils and Construction provided a Track Access team to decommission a RRAP at Frouds Lane and move it to a storage area within the compound. The team also removed the concrete, including the ramp, which a third-party supplier recycled. The works were carried out under an Any Line Open plan.
- Cut the slab with a road saw
- Remove the trough protection
- Under ALO, remove concrete slab
- Remove concrete ramp and waste materials from site
Civils & Construction
RSS Infrastructure’s Track Access division was responsible for decommissioning a Road Rail Access Point (RRAP), which involved the removal of concrete, including a concrete ramp. The debris was stored within the compound and later removed and recycled by a third-party supplier contracted by RSSI for use in additional sub-bases.
The works were carried out under an Any Line Open plan and completed over two weekend shifts and two midweek day shifts, meeting the project’s time and budgetary requirements.
Real-time insight into the inspection was provided to the client through a mobile application utilised by RSS Infrastructure. The application generated shift reports with visual evidence of the works, which were uploaded into cloud storage for multiple users to access.