One of the main initiatives related to sustainability is preserving our planet’s natural resources. Resources like trees, water, and soil are all directly affected by the choices the railroad industry makes when building infrastructure. The use of chemically treated wood ties has been the industry standard for many years.
As 2020 draws to a close, we’re reflecting on the year at RailWorks. Safety has always been our top priority, and we’ve strengthened our dedication during a year when health and safety is more important than ever. We’re immensely proud of our team for reaching key milestones while continuing to…Read More
Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) hit a major construction milestone at its Mason Mega Rail Terminal at the Port of Savannah, commencing operations on a recently completed track linking two rail yards. NARSTCO is supplying a range of steel products to the project, underscoring the benefits of steel tie…Read More
RailWorks’ Maintenance of Way (MOW) team achieved a major safety accomplishment on Nov. 20, marking their 1,000th day without an OSHA Recordable Injury. Offering a range of track rehabilitation services, the MOW division performs work for various rail customers across North America — from Class I…Read More