Providing welfare at sites of work

TRAC provide a range of welfare plant that can utilised out on rail sites of work.  One of our Mercedes Vario 815D Road Rail welfare vehicles has most recently been used within the tunnels on LEC1.  Please get in touch with if you would like to find out more about welfare options.

Mercedes Welfare

MSP David Stewart visits Noss Head lighthouse with TRAC and the NLB

David Stewart (Highland and Islands Regional MSP, Shadow Minister for Health) visited Noss Head Lighthouse last week to see the work the Northern Lighthouse Board (NLB) in Caithness and across the country.

As part of the visit, David McNish (Senior Project Manager, TRAC) explained the refurbishment work that TRAC Have been carrying out onsite.

We were pleased to have been part of this visit and appreciate David Stewart taking time out of his busy schedule to extend a personal thank you to TRAC.

Great Western Route Electrification project.

TRAC Engineering have been assisting Network Rail install new electric wires as part of the Great Western Route Electrification project.

This will enable the new electric trains to run along this route. TRAC have been utilising our new, innovative TESMEC to install the electric wires, the first of its type in the UK.

The innovative design allows installation of High Voltage Conductors in a single shift, where previously this would have taken several shifts.

Team NLB charity event

Well done to the gents from Team TRAC – NLB that assisted their client (Northern Lighthouse Board) at a charity event recently.

Works took place at the Robert Stevenson vault at the New Carlton cemetery in Edinburgh and consisted of general clean and power washing internally, needle gun the entrance gates ready for paint and then painting the entrance gates.

TRAC assisted by supplying labour, plant and some of the materials needed to complete the clean-up.

Maserati Tour de Yorkshire

Maserati Tour Bike Event

Well done to our Trac staff who completed the Maserati Tour de Yorkshire charity event. 82 miles of gruelling road cycling – well done to the guys! They money the team raised is going toward Alzheimer’s Scotland… More info on the event here.