According to the Federal Railroad Administration, trains travel across more than 212,000 highway-rail grade crossings in the United States every day. Railroad crossings are some of the most heavily trafficked stretches of track, suffering constant wear from cars and trucks as well as trains.
When a crossing needs to be demolished and replaced, you need a contractor with experience in railroad crossing construction, along with certified personnel and the equipment needed to do the job.
Hulcher Services has decades of experience with demolishing and installing railroad crossings at rail yards and on the right-of-way. Some of the tasks we perform as part of railroad crossing construction include:
Hulcher's crews have been background checked, trained and certified to work for all Class I Railroads so they are safe and qualified to perform railroad crossing construction at rail yards and on the right-of-way. Hulcher brings a level of experience, railroad professionalism and the right qualifications to asphalt, paving and pothole repair tasks that no other contractor’s personnel can match. Maintenance services may require the use of heavy equipment and Hulcher maintains a nationwide fleet of excavators, backhoes, dozers, dump trucks, backhoe / dump truck combos, track loaders and wheel loaders, and more to meet these needs.
Since 1963 railroads, government and industry have placed their confidence in Hulcher for a wide range of services. With 35 locations in the U.S., Canada and Mexico, Hulcher has hundreds of qualified workers and all the right equipment close by to perform your asphalt project as an independent service or within the context of larger projects in other service lines.
Call Hulcher today at 800-637-5471 to learn more about our railroad crossing construction services.
|Case Study - Railroad Crossing Construction
A chronic problem for one Midwestern community was the old and worn-out railroad crossing in the center of town. The ride over the tracks was always a bumpy one and extremely hard on the vehicles that crossed it on a daily basis. The railroad was adding a siding nearby and decided they would renovate the railroad crossing at the same time. Following a bidding process, Hulcher Services Inc. was chosen to lead the railroad crossing construction project, which included removing existing crossing, grading, installing new track panel and laying asphalt.
Photos of Railroad Crossing Construction