Below is a selection of just a few of the sites and elements of work On-Track have been involved with. A brief description of each of the sites together with site photographs and details of On-Track’s involvement can be found by clicking on the photographs below. National Rail will be particularly interested in elements of temporary works as these often represent the greatest risk to their infrastructure. Such items include mobile and tower cranes, man or goods hoists, cherry pickers, scaffolding and structures left in a part demolished temporary state. HiAb lorries lifting site cabins can also be deemed a risk.
More major works such as contiguous, secant or other retaining structures can result in design submissions taking significant time as often other sections within National Rail are involved, such as an embankment or earthworks engineer and often with such works, their externally appointed Party Wall surveyor. An assessment of the potential effect that these elements may have on their infrastructure may often be asked for.