With our technical expertise in equipment/electrical engineering, we develop and supply the optimum power structure for mainline and regional railways, tramways, urban and industrial railways. We build and renew track systems, signalling and safety engineering technology, telecommunications, electrical power and conductor rail systems. Our civil engineering and cable laying expertise round off the performance profile in this segment. We also carry out the design and construction planning for overhead line projects. Comprehensive prequalification and the know-how of our trained and examined employees are incorporated into complex equipment projects in the same way as in service and individual projects.
SPITZKE’s own design consultancy covers all phases of electrical engineering project planning: It performs independent preliminary, detailed and final design and construction planning tasks for overhead line projects and electrical power systems.
SPITZKE is the powerful partner for overhead contact line projects for long-distance rail up to high-speed routes, from the planning to the foundation, mast erection work, railway earthing, OSE, catenary installation and logistics to the turnkey handover.
For projects in local public transport, SPITZKE offers the complete range of services with precision processes: New construction and conversion during train operation, from the mast foundation to the catenary installation.
We build and renew complete conductor rail systems for urban and underground railways and carry out cable installation up to 30 kV voltage.
From small electrical energy systems in low and medium-range applications to the voltage supply of entire train stations to the turnkey rectifier substations, SPITZKE covers all the necessary approvals and expertise with specialist engineers and fitters.
We are specialists for deep foundations, shallow foundations and mast erection work. Using our special technology, we build the foundations and erect contact line masts, signal cantilevers, signal bridge foundations, supporting columns for highly loaded noise control walls and temporary bridges for railways and overhead lines for power supply companies. We do this using the following methods: Pile-driving, drilling, down-the-hole drilling (DTH – drilling from starter pits), rotary drilling and in-situ concrete. We use the know-how of our employees to develop the equipment technology further in-house.
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