Building and Maintaining Services for UK Infrastructure


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Bermondsey CCU Replacements

Introduction London Underground identified a number of Jubilee Line stations in which the existing Edenaire HVAC units were beyond economical repair. We were awarded the contract to replace these units with new Airedale models, improving the reliability and sustainability of

Managed Stations Fire Suppression and Detection Maintenance including Public Address (PA) and Voice Alarms (VA)

Network Rail manages some of Britain’s biggest and busiest stations, with over 850 million passengers passing through each year. Their twenty managed stations – which include Bristol Temple Meads, Reading and eleven others in London – are some of Britain’s busiest and biggest stations…

DLR Planned and Reactive Maintenance

After supporting Amey Rail through their Franchise bid, Quinn Infrastructure were subsequently awarded a seven-year contract for 24/7/365 planned and reactive maintenance at 38 stations, 2 depots and 6 ancillary buildings on the Docklands Light Railway. The contract provides an extension…

Lot 1A – SSL and BCV Total Packages Services (TPS) Maintenance

Building Services Maintenance Contractor, Quinn Infrastructure, were awarded a five-year with a two-year optional extension on behalf of TfL for the Maintenance of Electrical, Uninterrupted Power Supplies, Mechanical, Signage and Fire assets across the entire SSL and BCV environment…

News Stories

Systra & Quinn Infrastructure Partnership

Quinn Infrastructure are excited to announce we have partnered with designer ‘Systra’ following our successful appointment as Principal Contractor for the Step Free Access scheme of works in Knightsbridge. Systra’s mission as a company is to create innovative and sustainability mobility within

Hard Hats Recycling Scheme

One of our core values at Quinn Infrastructure is ‘Accountability’ and with this, we continually strive to commit to our environmental aims and objectives we set. When we found out about the ‘The National Hard Hat Recycling Scheme’ we were

HSQE ISO Accreditations

Great news for Quinn Infrastructure! The group have successfully transitioned from ISO18001 to ISO45001(Health & Safety) accreditation along with retaining our ISO accreditations for 9001 (Quality) and 14001 (Environmental).   The ISO – International Organization for Standardization is an independent,

NWR Southern Buildings & Civils Framework Award (SBC)

Quinn Infrastructure are delighted to announce we have been successful in securing Network Rail’s Southern Buildings & Civils framework  (Lot 2). This mechanical and electrical framework covers the southern region including Devon in the West to Kent in the East, and