To renew the life expired Long Line Public Address (LLPA) equipment and recovery of all associated assets at 51 railway stations throughout the West of Scotland and integrate the existing Public Address and Voice Alarm (PAVA) systems to the new LLPA system at 5 sub-surface stations.
Completing a wide range of both survey and design works – as well as lineside fibre optic infrastructure to support the bearer network – Linbrooke’s scope of works included:
• Survey and design of 30km of trackside 24 fibre cables – including all associated containment, joints, joint bays and integration to existing Relocatable Equipment Buildings (REB’s), nodes and Telecoms Equipment Housing (TEH)
• Survey and design of new LLPA equipment at 51 Stations
• Interface with NRT to collaboratively survey and design new Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) network
• Design a solution to integrate the new LLPA system to the existing PAVA at 5 Section 12 compliant sub-surface stations
• Survey and design of the LLPA control equipment for the operators at Abellio ScotRail’s Customer Service Centre in Paisley
• Correlation of all existing LLPA assets at 56 Stations for recovery
Utilising our excellent inter-industry relationships, Linbrooke collaborated efficiently with NR IP S&NE, NRT, Abellio ScotRail and ATOS as well as the equipment manufacturers and the maintenance organisation. This ensured continually effective communication links, best practice and a successful project delivery.
To ensure successful project delivery, we consistently provide:
• A strong, detailed understanding of the technical scope
• A full delivery of telecoms, signalling, power, civils and track which ensures multidisciplinary efficiency
• An impeccable health and safety record
• The ability to adjust to project alterations rapidly – and provide alternative solutions when required
• A highly skilled and experienced work force
• Strong relationships with a number of industry experts