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.
NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF RAILWORKS HOLDINGS, LP AND RAILWORKS RALLY, INC. 8.250% SENIOR SECURED SECOND LIEN NOTES DUE 2028 (the “Notes”)
Delivered pursuant to Section 4.03 of the indenture governing the Notes (the “Indenture”) January 27, 2022 Completion of a Material Acquisition or Disposition of Assets Asset Acquisition On January 14, 2022, Railworks Ironman Holdings LLC, on behalf of various affiliates of RailWorks…Read More
Building upon its extensive expertise in the Maintenance of Way (MOW) services sector, RailWorks Corp., North America’s leading rail infrastructure solutions provider, has launched a mobile flash-butt welding service division, creating a comprehensive slate of services for its Class I, short line,…Read More
RailWorks companies achieved high safety marks from the National Railroad Construction and Maintenance Association (NRC) for 2021 performance. Each year, the NRC recognizes contractor member companies for their dedication to workplace safety and creating a culture that promotes safe operations…Read More
RailWorks Regional Manager Bill Lenhart has been named “Field Employee of the Year” by the National Railroad Construction Maintenance Association (NRC). He was awarded at the annual NRC Conference & Exhibition in Phoenix, Ariz., on Jan. 8. The Field Employee of the Year award recognizes an…Read More