Railways

Dewatering requirements for new railways are mainly associated with tunnel approach structures, deep cuttings and underground stations. Also over time older railway infrastructure will require repair or updating. These projects are particularly challenging as it is usually necessary to avoid or minimise impact on the existing live train services while the works are undertaken. Even for new build works adjacent existing live railways are often in close proximity. WJ has expert designers and site staff all, experienced with assessing and managing the constraints imposed by works on new and existing railway infrastructure. WJ have an enviable record of delivering successful, high quality and to programme dewatering for rail projects across the globe, having worked on Crossrail and HS2 in the UK, Eglinton LRT in Canada, and Lodz High Speed Railway in Poland.

Featured Railway Projects

HS1 Ashford Tunnels

HS1 Ashford Tunnels

  • Ejector Dewatering
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  • Crossrail Station, Canary Wharf

    Crossrail Station, Canary Wharf

  • Deepwell Dewatering
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  • Crossrail Underground Station at Farringdon

    Crossrail Underground Station at Farringdon

  • Well Drilling
  • Probe Drilling
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  • DLR Extension, Greenwich

    DLR Extension, Greenwich

  • Deepwell Dewatering
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