The Specialist Buyers Guide for Rail Supplies and Services
Data Techniques have a commitment to health, safety, quality and delivery of works has made us a leading cable installation contractor within London’s Rail Transportation and Communications industries. The uniquely demanding environment that is London Underground and Docklands Light Railway requires specific delivery and management skill sets.
Data Techniques have vast experienced in the installation of signaling/communications cables and equipment, enabling the upgrade of the Jubilee, Northern, Piccadilly, District and Victoria lines signals and communications systems. Installing literally “miles” of cable each night into our projects.Our staff is fully trained and competent, holding all the required licenses and accreditations to allow Data Techniques to work successfully in this challenging environment. Data Techniques regularly manage up to 100 staff per engineering hours shift 6 nights a week on multiple projects throughout London.
Henry Williams Ltd, based in Dodsworth Street, Darlington, manufacture Railway control and railway signalling equipment.
Henry Williams Ltd is a name synonomous with Railways. The rail industry is less than sixty years older than Henry Williams Limited. The company was formed in Glasgow in 1883, just 58 years after the opening of the Darlington and Stockton Railway, manufacturing control and railway signalling equipment for the rapidly expanding railway network.
We moved to Dodsworth Street, Darlington in 1911 to be closer to our railway customers and as the railways continued to develop we moved beyond mechanically operated signalling equipment into electrical systems.
Henry Williams Ltd also supply a range of track products including Treadle switches, Fishplates and Point Clips.
Lundy Projects, established in 1976, were initially engaged in providing turnkey design, fabrication and construction services to the process and chemical industry. Over recent years this experience and service has been integrated into our expanding rail division.
The Lundy Projects approach in all sections of our business has been the provision of all main design disciplines using in-house resources supported by our modern fabrication works and highly skilled construction crews-creating a 'one stop shop'.
This structure promotes an environment that is flexible to change, allows initiative and ensures 'ownership' of projects. In many cases this has been the key factor in the successful completion of projects, often within difficult cost and time constraints.
In 2007, Lundy were awarded a Principal Contractors License enabling us to undertake all types of projects directly for Network Rail.