Antagrade’s services have been independently audited and certified by the Railway Industry Supplier Qualification Scheme (RISQS) allowing us to undertake work on the Network Rail Infrastructure throughout the UK as well as being independently certified to BS EN ISO 45001:2018, BS EN ISO 14001:2015 and ISO 9001:2015.
The only DC line heading north out of London, the Euston to Watford line could be regarded as having been somewhat neglected in comparison with other suburban areas.
Network Rail and one of its train operators jointly commissioned a proposal to provide a permanent solution to the requirements of an ORR improvement notice.
This project included electrical designs for the reinforcement of DC Track Feeder cables directly connected to substations and Track Paralleling Huts
As part of a signalling power supply reinforcement project, a battery-backed 80kVA supply point had been partly installed but not connected or commissioned.
Antagrade have worked with DLR since its inception in the 1980s, installing, upgrading and carrying out routine maintenance of all elements of the traction supplies for system operators
Antagrade were engaged for the Grip 4 and Grip 5 design elements of the Network Rail ‘Smarter Isolations’ project.
Antagrade were engaged to support the additional berthing requirements at Silwood depot to allow train capacity increases in line with the Mayor of London’s manifesto.
Antagrade have maintained all the traction power equipment on the revamped line since its opening in 2010, including planning, coordination and multi-party project interfacing to ensure undisrupted train running.
Antagrade took responsibility for civil and electrical design and implementation works involving reconfiguration of the substation and phased changeover of essential connections to the HV network.