AJE waves off railway project

Trains are back on track to Kintore after almost 60 years as the town’s new £15 million station became operational.

The project was the culmination of a multi-agency project funded by Transport Scotland, Aberdeenshire Council and Nestrans; built by Network Rail and will be managed by ScotRail.

AJ Engineering played a key role in the project as the team was responsible for fabricating and installing the lift shafts and pedestrian bridge that connects the two platforms.

AJE Engineering has secured the work with BAM Nuttall back in 2019. Pat Quinn took control of the fabrication design Working to designs provided by the customer.

The project was led by Craig Johnston and had a squad of six handling the fabrication with a team of three doing the installation.

Craig said: “We are all delighted to see the Kintore Station now fully operational. It has been a long haul job for us after being stalled due to COVID 19 which meant we couldn’t get on site for a while, however it was great to see it being opened and we were thrilled that our bridge was featured in a lot of the extensive new coverage.”


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