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Metro & Tramway Systems

The past 20 years has seen a renaissance of development in urban rail transport, mbpc provides service purchasers and suppliers of urban rail transport systems, be they subway systems or surface tramway (metro) projects.

Services provided are:-

  • Approximate Estimating and Cost Planning
  • Procurement and Tendering
  • Cost of diverting or replacing public utility services
  • Platforms and tramway stops
  • Pavement design and replacement

mbpc experience covers differing forms of traction including:-

  • Differing methods of traction current; stud contact or third or fourth rail contract and overhead line systems
  • Bespoke trackwork or
  • Combined use of track with heavy rail

Typical on which mbpc has offered advice to suppliers and funders have included:-

  • LUL Network – formerly managed by Tubelines Limited
  • Manchester Metrolink
  • Dublin LUAS
  • Pymont Railway in Sydney

mbpc continues to develop its research into the capital and operational costs of metro schemes.

For advice on any one of these issues, please contact, Michael Byng michael.byng@michaelbyng.com

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Heavy Railways

mbpc has been involved in major railway projects and the maintenance of mainline networks for over 20 years.

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Highways

mbpc has provided services connected with highway construction, from street and pavement lighting trough to traffic intersections and bridges.

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Marine Works

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