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RailWorks Track Systems completed an extensive rehabilitation project on SJVR's the Sunset and Buttonwillow subdivisions in preparation for the opening of a new crude oil transfer facility on the line.

Working as a subcontractor to Hass-Anderson Construction, RailWorks built the new interchange for the Nueces River Rail Yard near the west end of Nueces Bay and Corpus Christi Inner Harbor, adjacent to the Joe Fulton International Corridor. 

RailWorks crews constructed the track infrastructure for Crestwood Midstream Partners’ COLT (crude-oil loading terminal) Hub and two capacity expansions.

Crews reconfigured and expanded the track infrastructure at Columbia Grain’s facility at the U.S.-Canadian border in Montana. 

RailWorks has completed and continues to work on several capacity expansion projects on Union Pacific-owned track in Illinois to create a high-speed rail corridor between Chicago and St. Louis. 

PNR RailWorks was the first in North America to use the innovative Edilon Corkelast® embedded rail system, which crews installed in preparation for the arrival of a new coal stacker-reclaimer at Neptune Terminals in British Columbia.

RailWorks constructed the rail infrastructure for what was then one of the United States’ newest inland port facilities.

RailWorks constructed a new rail unloading facility at BP’s Cherry Point Refinery, just south of the Canadian border in northwest Washington.

PNR RailWorks constructed an expansive rail facility to support increasing demand for crude oil and diluted bitumen by oil producers in Western Canada.

RailWorks crews perform year-round maintenance and capital improvement projects on this short line operating between Chicago and Northwest Indiana.

RailWorks provide ongoing maintenance on a major portion of the 276-mile line.

RailWorks Track Services dedicated itself to a track rehabilitation project on MCRR that enabled the return of commuter rail service to Cape Cod for the first time since the 1980s.

Farmrail hired RailWorks Track Systems to upgrade its track to Class II standards and to expand capacity at key junctures on its line.

RailWorks constructed track for a new Norfolk Southern intermodal facility in Tennessee.

RailWorks installed nearly 70,000 track feet of rail in this strategically important intermodal facility for Norfolk Southern in Alabama.

RailWorks provided track construction in the spring of 2012 at a Rayonier wood fiber mill in Jesup, Ga.

RailWorks performed track restoration and new track construction as part of CN’s $141 million expansion of its yard in Gary, Indiana.

RailWorks extended Kansas City Southern Railway's Spear Siding in Robstown, Texas, west of Corpus Christi.

RailWorks constructed 6,800 feet of new track, nine turnouts and two crossovers at Unimin's silica sand mine in Utica, Ill.

RailWorks' upgrades helped enable the advent of high-speed rail travel on an important segment of Amtrak's Chicago-to-St. Louis route.

RailWorks expanded storage capacity at Union Pacific Railroad's Livonia (La.) Yard.

RailWorks completed a $1.9 million project for Global Companies LLC’s unit Global Partners, which transports crude from the Bakken formation to its Albany terminal.

RailWorks constructed a new, high-capacity rail unloading facility at Tesoro Corporation’s refinery in Anacortes, Wash.

RailWorks constructed track and turnouts for a large terminal offloading facility in Louisiana designed to facilitate the movement and storage of crude oil from shale production.  

RailWorks Track Systems constructed a new siding extension for Union Pacific Railroad west of Houston, Texas.

RailWorks helped expand rail car storage capacity for Montana Refining at its oil facility in Great Falls, Mont.

RailWorks constructed the rail infrastructure to support a new United Grain elevator in Montana.

Production crews rehabilitated approximately 31 miles of CN’s Barron Subdivision .

RailWorks converted multiple ballast-deck bridges to open-deck bridges in central Georgia. 

RailWorks installed nearly 70,000 track feet of rail in this strategically important intermodal facility for Norfolk Southern in Alabama.

RailWorks constructed track for a new Norfolk Southern intermodal facility in Tennessee.

RailWorks constructed track as part of project for an Italgrani USA semolina mill and grain elevator complex on the Mississippi River. 

RailWorks built a loop track for American Milling in Illinois to support its coal-loading facility.

RailWorks performed repairs to multiple ballast-deck bridges in a tight, 28-hour window on the SunRail Corridor Project.

In coastal North Carolina, RailWorks repaired a RailAmerica bridge's water-damaged steel piling.

For four months in 2011, RailWorks was at work on six superstructure bridges throughout Vermont, the same route traveled by Amtrak “Vermonter” passenger trains. 

In a 72-hour work window, RailWorks dismantled and rebuilt a 110-foot-long bridge in Kearney, Ariz.

RailWorks’ Bridge Division responded promptly after a winter derailment caused heavy damage to a Nebraska Northeastern Railroad bridge in Osmond, Neb.

RailWorks performed repair work on five Texas, Gonzales & Northern Railway (TXGN) bridges in Texas. 

After a tornado dismantled original repairs, RailWorks returned to Hurricane Creek Bridge in Holt, Ala., to lay deck and rail along the structure.

RailWorks provided track upgrades for the Port of Ephrata in Washington.

RailWorks helped the Port of Pasco uprade rail service to its Big Pasco Industrial Center in northwest Washington.

PNR RailWorks Quebec Inc. provides ongoing track maintenance and repair at most of the terminals at the Port of Montreal and on the Port of Montreal railway.

PNR RailWorks provides regular  track inspection, repair and maintenance for the majority of the terminals at the Port of Vancouver.

PNR RailWorks has more than 20 years’ experience looking after the tracks at Westshore Terminals, a coal and coke export facility at Roberts Bank Superport Marine terminals, administered by Port Metro Vancouver.

PNR RailWorks provides ongoing track and signal maintenance for Class 3 track along a major route serving the Roberts Bank Superport for “Port Sub,” part of Port Metro Vancouver.

In the fall and winter of 2011, RailWorks bridge crews performed structural repairs on 25 bridges for Watco on its South Kansas and Oklahoma Line (SKOL).

In southeast Kansas, RailWorks provided multiple upgrades for the South Kansas & Oklahoma Railroad (SKOL), owned by Watco. 

RailWorks crews spent a pair of winter months in southeast Kansas providing multiple upgrades along the Watco-owned South Kansas & Oklahoma Railroad (SKOL). 

PNR RailWorks helped Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) expand its track infrastructure along a coal route in British Columbia.

With its work to enhance transportation at four U.S. coal mining operations, RailWorks helped Foresight Management LLC ramp up coal operations across the United States.

RailWorks expanded CPR's track infrastructure at four sites in Northwestern North Dakota. The Class I railroad needed additional track capacity to suppport material deliveries and outbound oil production related to the construction and service of drilling rigs and pipelines to handle the oil boom and development of the Bakken shale oil fields.

RailWorks constructed track and turnouts at a  274-acre transload facility in Trenton, N.D. for Savage Industries.

Working as a subcontractor to Strobel Starostka Construction, RailWorks constructed the track for this $50 million rail yard project south of Tioga, N.D.

RailWorks employees constructed a double-loop track in Epping, N.D., at a crude oil transload facility for Rangeland Energy.

RailWorks and another rail construction contractor installed rail and replaced wood ties along 191 miles of New England Central Railroad (NECR) track to accommodate higher-speed Amtrak passenger service.

In the fall and winter of 2011, RailWorks bridge crews performed structural repairs on 25 bridges for Watco on its South Kansas and Oklahoma Line (SKOL).

PNR RailWorks built a load-out facility as part of the expansion of Mosaic’s K2 Potash Mine in Esterhazy, Saskatchewan.

The Prairie State Energy Campus (PSEC) is a coal-fired generating plant and adjacent underground coal mine about 50 miles southeast of downtown St. Louis.

RailWorks installed a 6½ mile spur and 4 miles of ladder and yard track to facilitate shipments from a coal mine to an electric utility in Indiana.

RailWorks completed a rehabilitation and new construction project for CSX Intermodal (CSXI) in West Springfield, Mass.

RailWorks Track Systems completed a series of extensive updates for Kansas City Southern Railway's 257-acre Deramus Yard in Shreveport, La.

RailWorks installed two 400-foot sections of track for a total of 800 feet on a new lift span, which replaced a swing span.

RailWorks handled the entire $9.8 million track infrastructure for a new UP intermodal facility in Joliet, Ill.

RailWorks expanded the track infrastructure at CN’s yard in Proctor, Minn., to add the capability to make up trains.

PNR RailWorks worked side by side with CPR crews on the railway’s $160 million Western Capacity Expansion project (“West Cap”).

RailWorks constructed a new CSX siding to provide unit coal trains industrial rail access between the railroad’s main line and Gibson County Coal’s new double-loop track.

Union Pacific expanded its main line at Gasconade, Mo., to provide additional capacity.

CSXT expanded capacity on its strategic Chicago-Florida rail corridor and other sites identified for capacity improvements. RailWorks served as the prime contractor to self-perform the track construction work while managing subcontractors to perform the civil, electrical and drainage work.

RailWorks rehabilitated 30 miles of the DM&E line in South Dakota and eastern Wyoming. The line is a portion of more than 60 miles of track from Colony, Wyo., to Rapid City, S.D., acquired from Union Pacific in 1996.

RailWorks worked throughout Kettle Falls International Railway to expand its capacity and to bring it up to FRA operating standards. Formerly part of BNSF, the line operates in northeastern Washington and southeastern British Columbia.

RailWorks, formerly known as Neosho Central America, served as the prime contractor in charge of the entire project to reconstruct the 47-mile Panama Canal Railway. The rehab came after 24 years of inactivity had fueled jungle overgrowth.

RailWorks served as the prime contractor to rehabilitate the lines for 13 RailAmerica properties in the central and eastern United States from 2003 through 2008.

RailWorks undercut the track in eight locations along the line to increase the clearance.

RailWorks served as the prime contractor to rehabilitate the regional lines from 2003 through 2005 and in 2007.

RailWorks served as the prime contractor to rehabilitate sections of the 520-mile rail line.

RailWorks constructed a siding extension for the INPR and the Union County Economic Development Corp. The extended siding serves the Pendleton Grain Growers grain elevator in Alicel.

RailWorks built the track and turnouts for Essar Steel’s new taconite and steel plant in Minnesota.

RailWorks constructed new track and rehabilitated existing track at the Augusta Quarry, one of the Southeast’s largest and most productive rock quarries. The quarry supplies more than 2 million tons of rock and gravel annually.

RailWorks constructed a rail spur used for operation of a surface mining operation at the new Friendsville Mine south of Mt. Carmel, IL , operated by ALCOA, Inc. and the Vigo Coal Company.

RailWorks reconfigured and extended the yard tracks for Iron Mountain Rock Company’s yard expansion project to accommodate 80-car unit ballast trains.

RailWorks completed the new track construction project to facilitate more efficient operations at the limestone quarry.

RailWorks rehabilitated existing track and constructed new track for Soylutions, an agricultural grain handler.

When RailWorks Track Systems built a new storage yard for Cargill at its plant in Eddyville, Iowa, it provided space for storing more than 500 rail cars and saved the company in demurrage fees.

RailWorks served as the general contractor to design and construct a new spur and a grain unloading pit.

Ameren UE, Missouri’s largest electrical utility, opened a “West Facing Rail Turnout” at its plant outside of Labadie, MO, about 35 miles west of St. Louis. The rail spurs allows unit trains to deliver low-sulfur western coal to the 2,389-megawatt plant in a timely, more efficient manner than it had been able to before.

RailWorks constructed the rail expansion project at the Oak Creek Power Plant, south of Milwaukee, WI, as a subcontractor to Bechtel Power Corporation.

RailWorks constructed a new lead and loop track to service the new Pond Creek coal mine.

For nearly two years, RailWorks Track Services worked at four Foresight Management LLC facilities. Extensive work on rail transportation projects totaled in excess of $9 million.

RailWorks built a new rail yard at Aux Sable USA’s natural gas liquids (NGL) plant in Morris, Ill.

RailWorks completed a multimillion-dollar project to construct a loop track, turnouts, rail scale and limestone unloading pit for the Reliant Energy’s Keystone Generating Station in Shelocta, Pa.

RailWorks installed a 33,000-track-foot loop track and 10 turnouts for a power plant in Texas, operated by Houston-based Dynegy Inc.

RailWorks worked directly with Abengoa Bioenergy and design-builder FruCon-Austin to construct a double-loop track to service the new ethanol plant.

RailWorks constructed the track infrastructure for the refinery’s rail yard in 2007.

RailWorks constructed the track infrastructure and grade crossing signal protection to service the new ethanol plant.

RailWorks constructed the track infrastructure for the $68 million refinery at Seneca, IL, one of seven biodiesel refineries Nova Biosource Fuels plans to construct through 2010.

RailWorks constructed the track infrastructure at VeraSun’s new ethanol biorefinery in Janesville, MN, one of the largest in the United States.

RailWorks built a 23,000-foot loop track in a Waste Control Specialists storage and disposal facility in Andrews County in West Texas.

PNR RailWorks relocated the historic CN steam locomotive in Guelph, Ontario.

RailWorks crews added new track and turnouts to create additional car storage capacity at Buzzi Unicem USA’s cement manufacturing plant in Cape Girardeau, Missouri.

RailWorks rehabilitated and reconfigured the entire Alton Steel rail yard.

RailWorks served as the general contractor for this turnkey design-build project for a new yard and lead track at Progress Rail’s locomotive repair facility.

RailWorks served as the general contractor to construct a rail yard to service the company’s new distribution facility.

RailWorks constructed the track infrastructure to service National Alabama Corporation’s new rail car manufacturing facility at a greenfield site in Barton Riverfront Industrial Park in Cherokee, AL. The new $380-million single structure facility is designed to provide a low-cost, flexible operation to manufacture rail cars.

RailWorks completed a three-phase, $3 million project to remove and replace track and turnouts and a crossing on and around the Fort Drum Army Base in Watertown, NY.

RailWorks provided comprehensive track construction services to increase the storage-in-transit (SIT) capacity an additional 2,000 railcars at three Chevron Phillips plants in Texas' Gulf Region. The improvements will help the company improve rail efficiencies and meet customer delivery times for plastic resins.

RailWorks Track Services completed a $4.1 million project at the Port of Toledo, restoring on-dock rail service to stage and build trains at the facility’s general cargo terminals.

RailWorks constructed more than 33,000 track-feet of rail for the Port of Vancouver.

RailWorks rehabilitated two key rail yards at the Port of Tacoma, which is located on Puget Sound.

As a subcontractor to American Bridge Co., RailWorks relocated 11,500 track feet of the Paducah and Louisville Railway (P&L) from the Kentucky Lake Dam along the Tennessee River to a new bridge, to make way for a new navigation lock.

RailWorks installed three crane rails and replaced two tracks on Berth #8 at the Port of Wilmington.

On May 10, 1869, two railroad companies, Union Pacific and Central Pacific, joined 1,776 miles of rail at Promontory Summit, Utah Territory. Golden Spike National Historic Site commemorates this incredible accomplishment, the completion of the United States’ first transcontinental railroad.

RailWorks crews constructed five crane rail systems in a new coke-manufacturing plant operated by Gateway Energy and Coke Company.

In a $4 million project for CN, PNR RailWorks constructed 60,000 feet of siding tracks in CN’s Western Region, between Terrace and McBride, British Columbia.

RailWorks installed two 400-foot sections of track for a total of 800 feet on a new lift span, which replaced a swing span.