Delivering transformed stations and renewed rail systems
We deliver complex and pioneering rail infrastructure and station solutions via our fully integrated, multi-disciplinary design teams. They include architects, building services engineers, civil and structural engineers, project managers, high voltage and overhead line specialists, all highly experienced in temporary works, new build design, electrification, upgrades and refurbishment.
The design delivery of Whitechapel Station in 2017 will mark the completion of the UK and possibly Europe’s most complex station redevelopment.
Our teams have been in place since 2010, tackling a project that is unprecedented – combining three rail systems in a highly challenging and live environment.
This project showcases our ability to apply innovative and sustainable design solutions which our exceptional experience enables us to deliver.
From stations to systems
Building on this our specialist overhead line design team based in Derby brings flexible, specialist resource to both new build electrification and maintenance and renewal projects across the country.
In an environment where passenger numbers are consistently rising and demand on public transport facilities is ever increasing, owner operators are investing in transformed station facilities and infrastructure that improve the passenger experience, increase capacity and foster long term profitability.
These kind of complex projects demand highly intelligent phasing from design through to construction.
Equally, it is essential to reduce the impact of works on the travelling public and keeping live environments working while development is underway. This requires extensive experience and understanding of projects, large and small.
That’s why we’re proud to work with clients including Network Rail, Merseyrail, London Underground, Crossrail, London Overground, Dockland Light Railway, C2C and Transport for London.
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