Neary Rail Projects


Latest rail projects from Neary are shown below. Click on a project name for full details, or use the page functions to view any previous projects.

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Lanark Station Refurbishment

Network Rail | Rail

Neary Rail were awarded the works acting as PC to undertake restoration to Lanark Train Station, under the CP6 BAM framework.The works involved replacing the roof with a SIGA slating system that replicates a traditional roofing slate.

Hawarden Footbridge

Network Rail | Rail

Neary Rail were contracted to carry out steel work repairs and decking replacement to Hawarden Footbridge.The current structure is located at Hawarden Station in North Wales and provided sole pedestrian access between the two station platforms.

Carlisle MDU - Concrete Apron Replacement and Drainage Works

Network Rail | Rail

Network Rail Appointed Neary Rail as Principal Contractor for the Carlisle MDU Concrete Apron and Associated Drainage Works. The existing concrete apron in front of the East Block of Units at Carlisle MDU was susceptible to ponding to the front and flooding into the Units under the roller shutters and doorways due to incorrect falls and poor installation previously.

York Station

Network Rail | Rail

Neary Rail were awarded the York Station Project to replace the existing Roof Access Walkways and Appointed as Principal Contractor and Principal Designer, which involved gaining Listed Building Consents to this Historical Railway Station. The Project consisted of the Replacement of 7no.

Manchester Piccadilly Station - Platform 13 & 14 Canopy Replacement

Network Rail | Rail

Neary Rail were awarded the Manchester Piccadilly Station Platform 13 & 14 Canopy Replacement Project and Appointed as Principal Contractor and Principal Designer. The Project entailed that the existing canopy structure throughout Platform 13 and 14 was to undergo a full refurbishment, comprising replacement of existing canopy glazing panels and fascia boards throughout Platform 14.


Metrolink RATP Dev Ltd | Rail

The project involved preparing and painting 185 OLE stanchions on Manchester Metrolink, using ST3 preparation with single coat paint system.The stanchions varied from single poles, portal frames and lattice type structures, with approximately 20 different types requiring painting.

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