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NARSTCO Hits Major Safety Milestone at Texas Facilities

NARSTCO, North America’s leading manufacturer of steel ties and turnout sets, marked a major safety milestone, successfully completing 1-million-manhours without an OSHA recordable injury at its Texas facilities.

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RailWorks Reinforces Commitment to Safety During Construction Safety Week

In the time of COVID-19, safety has taken on a whole new meaning for the rail industry. At RailWorks, safety is always priority number one, but the RailWorks family of companies reserved time in September for Construction Industry Safety Week to reinforce key messages and emphasize our commitment…

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NARSTCO Hits Major Safety Milestone at Texas Facilities

NARSTCO, North America’s leading manufacturer of steel ties and turnout sets, marked a major safety milestone, successfully completing 1-million-manhours without an OSHA recordable injury at its Texas facilities. At its Midlothian and Cedar Hill, Texas, facilities, NARSTCO manufactures steel ties…

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Tips for Maximizing Your Rail Maintenance Dollar

By Matt Violin, Sr. Director Sales & Marketing and Lucas Frahm, Engineering Manager Rail networks are a key part of a company’s supply chain. Proper use and maintenance of rail infrastructure can ensure smooth and safe operations while enabling goods to move efficiently from one place to…

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PNR RailWorks Making an Impact in Toronto

PNR RailWorks is working to enhance the city’s transportation network through the Union Station Rail Corridor (USRC) Signaling Project, a multi-year contract to upgrade the signal system in Union Station. And the company is looking for experienced team members to join our ranks! Located in the…

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NARSTCO Supplier Invests in Solar Technology

NARSTCO steel ties just got a little “greener.” Gerdau, the supplier of steel for NARSTCO’s market-leading steel ties and turnout sets, announced plans in June to develop one of the largest behind-the-meter (BTM) solar facilities in the nation. The facility will be located adjacent to the Gerdau…

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Student Interns Find Success at RailWorks

Two engineers in Southern California have found a home with RailWorks, translating their classroom education to work on real-world infrastructure projects. After visiting with RailWorks and L.K. Comstock at a UCLA job fair last year, Seonghae Ye and Pooya Pahlevani signed on for internships with L…

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RailWorks’ Chicago Region Achieves Safety Milestone

RailWorks’ Chicago region achieved an impressive safety milestone on June 10, reaching 1,000 days with no OSHA Recordable Injuries. The team celebrated the occasion with an awards ceremony in the Minooka, Ill. office, which serves the Midwest through track and transit work. The regional team is…

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The Benefits of Steel in Railroad Construction

By: Matt Violin, Sr. Director of Sales & Marketing, NARSTCO The objectives for any rail construction project – whether a greenfield construction project or rehabilitation of an existing network – is to complete the project on time, on budget (or under), and with strict adherence to safety…

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RailWorks Ranked Among Top Global Contractors

RailWorks has been ranked among the top global contractors by Engineering News-Record (ENR). Every year, ENR releases its Top 400 Contractor rankings, a look at the leading domestic and global contractors in the construction industry. Based on annual revenue, ENR’s lists feature overall industry…

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NARSTCO’s Facility Hits Safety Milestone

NARSTCO’s Cedar Hill, Texas, facility hit a major safety milestone this month, celebrating 4 years with no OSHA Recordable Injuries. The facility, which manufacturers market leading steel turnout sets, commemorated the achievement with a socially distanced celebration on May 1. “Safety is…

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