Given the significant challenges of the COVID-19 Pandemic Lowery adapted our safe working practices and processes to enable the successful completion of all the planned works to programme and budget. Lowery continue to prove they are the “one stop business” to carry out any Civils, High Voltage & Low Voltage Power, Signalling & Telecoms works on the railway infrastructure.
In these challenging times Lowery have adapted our safe working practices to enable essential railway works to continue. The safety of our staff, clients and general public including all their respective families are paramount to the measurement of success for our business. Lowery have spent a considerable amount of time in consultation with our HSQE department to enable our quick response High Voltage, Signalling, Telecom and Civils teams to remain on call. Lowery will (where possible to conduct the works safely) continue to carry out the works that our existing and new clients require to enable the railway to operate and provide a transport and freight service to their customers.
Lowery Ltd carried out the successful design & installation of 2nos - 16 Way Under Track Crossings (inclusive of a 300mm twin wall concrete pump) within a single possession to allow the diversion of a number of High Voltage and Low Voltage Cables.
Lowery Ltd carried out the final weekend’s works involving the successful electrical design, installation of 19 nos new cables into their permanent buried duct location underneath the new Tramlink infrastructure and re-commissioning the respective systems into service onto the Network Rail High Voltage Network.
Lowery’s Local Community work twinned with our Eco Drive contribution continues in partnership with Skanska
As part of our continued support of the local community in which we work, Skanska requested the assistance of Lowery to help the Global Generation Charity by contributing to transform an inner city pre-construction site into The Story Garden
Community Wood Recycling would like to thank Lowery for working with them during 2019.