Quinn Infrastructure welcome the exciting news this month that we have we been awarded another years contract extension on Network Rail London Managed Stations – Fire Systems Reactive and Planned Maintenance and Projects. Our speciality in this field has come to the forefront this year ensuring all planned fire maintenance is timed effectively within standards and statutory regulations. Going above and beyond for our client is another key aspect to a reliable maintenance contractor and as such, our working relationship with the client has gone from strength to strength.

Our package of full planned preventative maintenance will include; automatic fire detection, suppression systems, PAVA and reactive call out provision (in addition to installation and modification). The Network Rail London maintained stations will cover; London Liverpool St, Cannon St, Charing Cross, Euston , Waterloo and Waterloo International, Kings Cross, Thameslink, St Pancras Lower Level, Reading, Bristol Temple Meads, Victoria, Paddington.

Project Manager, Kathryn Holdgate said, ‘We welcome this news to deliver top quality fire maintenance services for our loyal Client Network Rail. The years extension means we can further showcase our capabilities with Network Rail ensuring safety and quality to their infrastructure fire assets.
Quinn Infrastructure takes great pride in our ability to work in these iconic stations across the capital ensuring passengers safety by responding proactively to any urgent call outs.’