Railway Projects

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Railway Projects

Established since 2005

Since 2005 our expert Railway Division has been supporting customers with the specialised demolition, dismantling and recycling of buildings, rolling stock, bridges and track.

With detailed knowledge of the rail industry we can meet all the required health and safety, environmental and operational demands of this sector. We are proud to work with Network Rail, London Underground and Transport for London.

Our work in this sector includes: controlled asbestos removal and disposal, demolition of stations, bridge dismantling and reclamation and handling of hazardous waste.

Our excellent track record of handling complex railway projects includes working on:

  • Crossrail West stations
  • Beddington Lane railway bridge demolition
  • Tottenham Court Road Crossrail station
  • Tottenham Hale station upgrade
  • Wightman Road bridge deck replacement

Working closely with our valued customers we deliver innovative and cost effective solutions for the rail industry.

We are Achilles RISQS audited and also NFDC members, a Network Rail pre-requisite to carry out railway demolition work.

Our Accreditations

Customer Reviews

"I have worked with Econ on many projects within London Underground and Network Rail infrastructure. Econ have always been very proactive in their approach to the projects and have worked collaboratively with my teams from the very early stages. I would definitely recommend them to others"

Morgan Sindall

"Also evident was the pride the staff have in what they do and the care they take to work safely at all times and offer the best service possible to their clients"

BAE Systems

"We found Econ to be talented and professional. We recently employed them to undertake some regeneration work to help us prepare for the building of our new Queen Elizabeth II Centre. Our experience of working with them was excellent. They were conscientious and efficient when working to a tight deadline and we have no hesitation recommending them for other projects."