Drogheda Train Station
About this project
The buildings at Drogheda McBride Train station date back to the 1850s, when they were constructed following the opening of the nearby viaduct.
When contracted by Iarnród Éireann to replace and upgrade lighting at the maintenance pits, we were able to demonstrate the high quality of our workmanship and every facet of our level of expertise in working in a live site environment with no disruption to service.
We were contracted to replace and upgrade all existing lighting in the four maintenance pits. Also we removed and disposed of all existing light fittings and wire guards. We installed and modified cable containment for all wiring for lighting systems, new light fittings and switching arrangements.
We supplied and installed all required light fittings including emergency light fittings and completed the testing and commissioning of all systems.
Project Challenges at a Glance
- Live busy maintenance depot.
- Management of site traffic and personnel.
- Existing marked and unmarked services.
- Fragile structures.
- Stringent health and safety constraints.
- Strict security measures.