News Stories

D2 Rail Updates Website

It has been a busy start to the year for D2 Rail, with many business updates and news stories.

Our Consents Management offering has been added to our BIM, Information Management and Visualisations areas of the website, allowing us to further clarify and amplify this important service that we provide.

There have also been a number of new recruits over the past twelve months as our workload and stock have both risen and we have reflected this with our updated ‘meet the team’ photo.

Utilities Manager Steve Cooper, who joined the business last year, also now features on our leadership page.

Our Contact Us page has also been updated following a recent photoshoot at our business home in the heart of Greater Manchester.

NEWS

D2 Rail Support Mind in Charity Bingo and Quiz Fundraiser

At D2 Rail our employees physical and mental health is paramount. We have a Health and Safety working group that make sure we work safely, and understand how to assess situations, and challenge anything we deem to be unsafe. We…

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D2 Rail supports the Mustard Tree’s Easter Campaign ‘The Easter Egg Shop ‘n’ Drop!’

After the great success of the ‘Fill a Crate for Christmas’ campaign, the Mustard Tree decided to continue to spread some joy during the Easter season. After discovering that many families relied on the Mustard Tree community shop as a…

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D2 Presents at Salford University on the benefits of project management tools in construction

Last week, Neeraj Ajit Sukumaran form our Project Controls team attended a Teams call with Salford University to present to MSc Construction Management and Building Information Modelling  students. The presentation focused on the benefits of project management tools in construction…

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The Mustard Tree

D2 Rail Fund Raising for the Mustard Tree

As we prepare for what we believe will be the toughest winter to date for the homeless in the UK, D2 Rail are doing our bit to help raise funds for our chosen charity the Mustard Tree. Throughout the COVID-19…

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