What is a Signalling Engineer?
In a rail environment, signalling engineering enables operators to regulate the movement of trains on the network with minimum conflict or delay. A signalling engineer will choose to specialise in design, construction, maintenance or project management.
What are the typical daily duties for a Signalling Engineer?
From employer to employer and project to project the job description of a Signalling Engineer can vary, however typical duties and activities undertaken include:
Undertake independent checks of the signalling detail design as per relevant standards and Signalling Design Specifications
Performing complex railway signal design tasks to relevant standards, industry codes and practices
Interacting with key internal and external stakeholders to achieve optimum outcome
Provide functional support and guidance to junior Design staff for all aspects of Signalling Design
Assist in the risk assessment of planned and completed designs
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Munich is the capital and most populous city of Bavaria. As of July 2020 the population was estimated at 1,558,395 inhabitants. Munich is the third largest city on Germany, after Berlin and Hamburg and is the the 11th largest city in the European Union. Munich has seen numerous large scale construction projects over the past couple of years and has multiple large constructions projects in the pipeline, such as:
The Bavaria Towers building complex
Designed by Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos comprises in total of four pentagonal high-rises (77.651 sqm of total gross rental area, two central underground car parks with a total of 960 spaces for cars including places for electric cars bicycles with changing rooms and showers for cyclists).
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