INGAL EPS supplied a variety of types and styles of light and camera poles to the Seaford Rail Extension.
As Adelaide's outer southern region continues to experience a rapid growth in population, the Australian government has provided $291.2million funding for the construction of seven kilometres of dual rail track to the Seaford District Centre to provide greater transport flexibility now and well into the future.
The Seaford Rail Extension project will provide a new electrified passenger railway and a 5.7 kilometre extension of the dual track rail line from Noarlunga to the Seaford District Centre. Not only will the completed project reduce travel time and improve access to everyday facilities, the project will also aid in reducing air and noise pollution as well as creating more than 400 jobs during the four year construction phase.
INGAL EPS supplied a variety of types and styles of light and camera poles to the Seaford Rail Extension including: the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure Impact Absorbing Poles complete with single and double outreaches; 5.5m platform lighting and camera poles; and hinged pipe poles for ramps, whereas the Seaford Railcar Depot required 12m floodlight/camera poles.
INGAL EPS's involvement on Seaford Rail did not stop with the supply of product, but continued on to project management and after sales service. INGAL EPS's project services can be customised to your project's specific requirements.