Network Rail Awards Osborne a Silver Site
Osborne has scooped a silver award for its work at Reading 10-car in Chertsey.
Route to Gold is a performance measurement initiative which aims to promote collaborative working behaviours, reduce costs caused by re-work and embed a culture of continuous improvement within the rail industry.
Network Rail scores their supply chain on the quality of products delivered, on projects and the behaviours associated with these. This is measured through information collated by the Network Rail Construction Managers.
The Reading 10 Car Train Lengthening team successfully completed their last signalling commissioning at Chertsey on 6 March. This was the ninth successful signalling commissioning; and was completed with no accidents or incidents, on time and with no train delays. This commissioning was the final part of the works to take place in order for the platforms to be extended. The Reading 10 Car Project affects the Reading to Waterloo route. The aim of the project is to allow 10 car train services to operate between Reading, Ascot and London Waterloo.
Recently, Osborne received well-deserved recognition for their work to deliver the recent signalling commissioning at Chertsey and the footbridge opening at Virginia Water, as they continue to find ways to solve their customers problems and deliver on time.