Enable Infrastructure (formerly known as BCM Construction) and our Enable Power Systems teams have more than 30 years’ experience in the rail sector. In fact, Enable Power Systems have played some part in almost every major power upgrade on UK railways over the past 20 years, mostly involving High Voltage distribution. 

We are a Principal Contractor for Network Rail and Transport for London and hold numerous accreditations – including NICEIC, ISO 9001, 14001 and 18001 and Railway Industry Supplier Qualification Scheme (RISQS) five-star rating. 

Much of our rail work involves infrastructure projects in live safety-critical environments. Facilitated by our in-house staff with Level A, B & C competence, we have delivered highly complex HV & DC traction and non-traction substation / track parallelling hut renewals. These included installation of HV Switchgear 11-33Kv and DC Switchgear 750v.  

We have installed and commissioned various 25KV HV Feeder cable systems for new OLE upgrade projects, providing required resilience for Network Rail infrastructure. This includes the UK’s longest Network Rail feeder cable (22.5km).  


  • Great Western Electrification Programme 2014-2019

    Enable Infrastructure (formerly BCM Construction) were contracted to deliver civils and electricals work over several years for the multi-billion-pound Great Western Electrification Programme (GWEP) and Great Western Route Modernisation (GWRM).

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  • Midland Main Line Electrification

    At Enable Infrastructure (formerly BCM Construction), we have played a significant part in the Midland Main Line Upgrade – the biggest programme of improvements to the line since it was completed in the 1870s.

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  • Hinkley Point C – Civils and Electricals Works

    UK Power Networks (UKPN) Services contracted Enable Infrastructure to provide support on the civil and electrical elements of their work at the very large Hinkley Point C project in Somerset, where EDF are building two new nuclear reactors. These will be the first…

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