Allerton Depot Case Study

Description of Project

The Northern Hub programme was developed to increase capacity, line speed and connectivity throughout the North West of England. Allerton is one of the four Network Rail owned depots to be upgraded and have OLE reinstated in order to facilitate the maintenance of the additional electric rolling stock. The project includes the M&E service associated with an extension to the five road depot shed, Sanding, CET, Fuelling, Oils and Water to the new Serving Apron, external lighting including drivers walkway lighting at the remote Neck.Emeg Allerton DepotKey Project Features:

  • Depot Protection System (DPS)
  • Controlled Emission Toilets (CET)
  • Tanking Water
  • Automatic Sanding System
  • Fuel, Oil and Coolant System
  • Power Points
  • Electrical Services Distribution Systems
  • Apron, Sidings, Gantry & Walkway Lighting
  • Apron Hot & Cold Water Points
  • Internal and External Lighting Systems
  • Lighting Controls System
  • Maintenance Building Extension – M&E Services

Emeg Allerton Depot Design Services Provided:

  • Existing M&E Surveys
  • Conceptual Design To As Built
  • LV Distribution
  • Lighting
  • Earthing & Bonding
  • Fuel Dispenser
  • Fuel, Oil & Coolant System
  • CET & Tanking Water System
  • Depot Protection System
  • Sanding System

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