We are very proud to announce that Dai Davies has been awarded the Employee of the month from Atkins on the NYL Project.
Dai was deployed as a Project Supervisor back in July 2018. This is a fantastic achievement and requisition of his hard work and effort he has given to the project.
We look forward to continuing to support the project in preparation for the commissioning in February 2020.
Technotrack continue with our staff development programme and have recently assisted Joe in the successful completion of his IRSE Team Leaders Licence.
Joe joined the company in February 2019 and instantly showed a desire to progress his career and become licenced for a position he had been filling on a temporary basis. We look forward to helping Joe further progress his career and achieve his goals.
If you are interested in joining the Technotrack Engineering team and progressing your career, please contact our office for more details.
On Thursday, 14th March 2019, along with over 300 industry professionals, Chris Stutter and Callum Finlayson, attended the CP6 Launch Event at the Hilton Hotel, Liverpool.
Control Period 6 (CP6) is the biggest spending control period network rail have planned in recent times. The five year framework for the rail industry has an investment of over £47bn pounds. The rail infrastructure will see significant improvements to our great industry including new station builds, electrification and signalling schemes.
"We are extremely interested to hear about the CP6 plans and Technotrack Engineering are looking forward to the launch. This is a great opportunity for us to meet and connect with some great people and build on our plans for the next five years." Commented Callum Finlayson, Managing Director.
The guest speaker was Rob Morris, Managing Director of Rail Automation at Siemens who delivered a speech covering the new control period and the long-term plan for the UK Rail Industry.
On Friday, 1st March 2019 a team of 19 strangers grouped together and completed the Social London Marathon Trek.
The trek was organised by Steve Kerslake, the founder of The Let Off Steam Project. The Project has been launched to support and promote the mental health and well being of the workforce, within the rail and construction industries.
Callum Finlayson, Managing Director at Technotrack Engineering was one of the 18 who took on the challenge. "The team at Technotrack Engineering are passionate about this project and what it stands for. When I head about the trek, I jumped at the chance!"
The team set off at 6am from London Liverpool on their 30.6 mile round trip. The chosen charity for the trek was Red Nose Day and they raised £2855 for this incredible charity.
Technotrack are pleased to announce that they are now part of Volker Rail's supply chain.
Technotrack has committed a site supervisor, Installation staff as well as SMTH testers to the Volker Rail Felixstowe Branch Capacity project. This project, for Network Rail, will see an upgrade to the Felixstowe branch line and space built for 1.4km of extra track, built as a loop line, to be laid between Trimley and the level crossing at Gun Lane. The £60m investment is part of Network Rail’s Railway Upgrade Plan and funded by the Strategic Freight Network with a contribution from Hutchinson Ports UK.
"We are thrilled to have been added to Volker Rail's supply chain. This is another great client adding to our ever growing portfolio." Commented Callum Finlayson, Managing Director
Technotrack is committed to supplying the highest quality staff to the rail sector and look forward to working alongside Volker Rail on this and future projects.
Please contact us if you would like discuss a project or are looking to join our team.
Technotrack Engineering are delighted to have donated gifts to the East Anglian Children's Hospice (EACH). We donated toys for a range of ages to offer a little bit of comfort and joy to the children this Christmas.
As a supplier of Volker Fitzpatrick, TTE were asked if we'd like to support their chosen charities EACH and Necton Little Oaks Preschool. The Volker Fitzpatrick Felixstowe Capacity site team, along with their supply chain raised £2570.00 for the Preschool and £2270.00 plus £300.00 in toys for the Hospice.
"We had a very successful raffle and a collection bucket in our SAC office to raise much needed funds for the Nursery and Hospice, with some fantastic support from our supply chain. These donations will make a massive difference to them both." commented Dave Goodey, Works Manager at Volker Fitzpatrick.
Congratulations to Matt, George and Dean on passing their Basic Diagram Reading course.
All three will now progress to the Basic Signalling One course in January, which is part of the learning program to achieve an NVQ qualification.
We would like to thank Mike Knapton of ARC academy and Gary Brackley of Infinity Training for their ongoing support and organising the training courses for our team. #training
2018 has been a busy year for the TTE team, however, at Technotrack Engineering we are passionate about our staff and investing in their training and development is extremely important to us.
Recently, Jaguar Love passed his IRSE Installer’s Licence and Stuart Duncan completed his IRSE Team Leaders Licence. This has been part of an on-going programme and we look forward to both Jaguar and Stuart continuing to excel and progress further with their training and development.
Technotrack Engineering staff have been busy working on the Atkins Elix level crossing system at their training schools in both Crewe and Basingstoke.
Our staff had to design the trunking routes and run all of the cabling, as well as building new locations and setting up the level crossings inside the training schools.
Feedback from the client has been positive and we look forward to building our working relationship with Atkins.