Role Group, as a RISQS accredited supplier, can supply your rail project with highly skilled and reliable professional trades and labour. We have worked throughout the UK on high profile rail projects including the Wessex Capacity Alliance on the Waterloo platform extension. Our extensive database of Sentinel qualified operatives will ensure that we can provide you with remarkable individuals in a limited time frame. Our wide range of support services, which combine recruitment and training within your supply chain, will simplify your labour requirement needs and contribute greatly to the success of your project. The supply of labour to your project can be stand-alone managed service or an integration of specialised labour into your existing project team.
Logistics & Site Services
At Role Group we can provide a complete logistics package for your rail site from beginning to end. Our teams can work with you on the pre-construction stage to plan all site set ups and movements on and around site. Our services can be a full logistics management package or a standalone service. Our services include Pre-Construction planning, Site establishment and welfare, Logistics management, waste management, Design, install and manage all traffic movements on site and site security.
Safety Critical Staff
At Role, we can also provide Safety Critical staff, with competencies including COSS, Site Warden, Lookouts, Engineering Supervisor, Track Induction, Small tools, Track Trolley and Pasma.
Construction sites are high risk areas when it comes to trespassing and breaking and entering. Not only are there valuable tools and materials stored on site, but if any elements of a site were to be tampered with by an unauthorised individual, there could be dire consequences resulting in injury or death. At Role Group, our security operatives are stringently vetted with extensive background checks and written references from at least 2 previous employers. The security risk assessments completed by our security team ensure that our operatives work diligently to prevent entry by unauthorized individuals, damage to property or theft of tools and material. This is accomplished by our operatives rigorously monitoring and recording the activity on site during the course of their shift. They will also complete intermittent observational tours of the site and access points. All of our operatives are well-mannered experienced and SIA licensed security personnel with PTS
Training & Occupational Health Services
We have our own in house NSAR Accredited training centre providing Rail and Safety critical training to our operatives and our clients. All training from PTS Initial up to COSS and Safe work leader can be done in house and we also have our own RISQS accredited medical centre to conduct PTS Rail medicals and Drugs and Alcohol testing.
If you have any queries or any specific requirements that have not been mentioned above, please contact us . Please note, we work in association with an extensive workforce of high calibre professionals which are available to mobilise via our recruitment channels.
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Project Name: Highbury Corner Tunnels
Project Value: £20 million
Description: Role Recruitment won the prestigious contract for the Highbury Corner project to provide skilled and experienced rail operatives to the TfL’s Structures and Tunnels Investment Portfolio (STIP). The project involved the demolition and reconstruction of Highbury Corner bridge, which carries the A1 highway. This was successfully completed with minimal disruption and replacement took place during a short 20-day road closure. The road over rail bridge sits over 2 busy rail lines and the Highbury & Islington Overground station, and despite the complexities of the project, the build resulted in a minimal 195-hour rail possession. The works included the installation of the new steel bridge deck, steel work, abutment refurbishment, overhead line equipment works, concrete deck installation, traffic management and finishing works. The project was successfully completed on time thanks to the experienced members of the joint venture and their dedication to collaboration.
Completion date: 2019
Types of Trades: PTS qualified operatives, including: Supervisors, Carpenters, Steel Fixers, Groundworkers, Labourers, Traffic Marshalls, Concrete Finishers, etc.
Awards received: The joint venture received the Considerate Constructors Performance Beyond Compliance award. The bridge was also nominated for Infrastructure Maintenance Project of the Year at the BCIA Awards 2018.
Project Name: Wessex Capacity Alliance
Client: Walker Construction
Project Value: £400m project
Description: The Skanska, Aecom, Colas Rail and Mott MacDonald JV was awarded the contract by Network Rail to design and construct the Waterloo and south west upgrade on the South West Trains network in the south of England. The alliance worked in collaboration to provide the full design and construction to bring the Waterloo International terminal back into use. The full extent of the project included platform modifications at Waterloo station and improvements to the outlying stations and rail systems. The rebuild at Waterloo allowed platforms 20-24 to be brought back into use with modern facilities, new track, signalling and a layout to cope with thousands of domestic passengers. The extension of platforms 1-4 allows ten-car trains to run to London suburban stations. Alongside the track-based modifications, the alliance also participated in a complex mix of activities. In addition to the repairs to the roof, a new major structure was constructed as infill roofing, a major architectural challenge, was placed between the original station roof and the Waterloo International Terminal roof. The key stages of the project saw the installation of lifts, escalators, stairways, ramps, emergency exits and gatelines, refurbishment of the ‘orchestra pit’, completion of the permanent features of the new link bridge and fitting of all mechanical and electrical services.
Completion date: December 2018
Types of Trades: Engineers, Bricklayers, Groundworkers, Steel Fixers, Carpenters and Labourers.
Awards received: In 2019, the Wessex Capacity Alliance were awarded the Project Team of the Year award at the Construction News Talent Awards.