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.
RailWorks is part of a best-in-class team of contractors bringing new and enhanced transportation options to South Florida. Virgin Trains, formerly Brightline, announced the five teams that will collectively be responsible for the development of 170 miles of new track into the completed state-of-…Read More
NARSTCO, North America’s leading maker and supplier of steel railroad ties and turnouts and a RailWorks company, has reached new safety milestones at its two Texas manufacturing facilities. As of May 7, employees at the Cedar Hill location, where turnout sets are made, have worked three years…Read More
An estimated 2,500-plus RailWorks employees across different business units and dozens of project sites and office locations in the United States and Canada celebrated Safety Week May 6-10. Various Operations and Safety leaders visited work sites all week. A goal among leaders was to listen well…Read More
May 6-10 is designated as Construction Safety Week in the U.S. and Canada, and RailWorks is among about 70 construction companies that are participating. “Safety Week is about reinforcing a safety culture,” says Greg Coleman, corporate director of Health, Safety & Environmental for RailWorks…Read More