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Work starts on Old Oak Common rail super-hub

HS2 Ltd has commenced permanent works on its west London super-hub station at Old Oak Common, a project that will eventually require 73,000t of steel. …

Contract awarded for HS2 temporary works

Steelwork contractor Taziker Industrial has been awarded a contract by VolkerStevin to support the delivery of HS2 on the construction of the Colne Valley …

HS2 precast manufacturing facilities

FACT FILEHS2 precast manufacturing facilitiesMain client: HS2Main contractor: ALIGN JV (Bouygues Travaux Publics, Sir Robert McAlpine, and …

First HS2 bridge installed over M42

Contractors working on the HS2 railway have installed a 65m-long bridge, spanning the width of the M42, in just two days and ahead of schedule. Representing …

Birmingham’s Arden Cross launches £3bn masterplan

Said to be one of the country’s best-connected strategic locations and home to the HS2 Interchange Station, Arden Cross in Birmingham has launched an …

New station inspired by steel

High Speed 2 (HS2) has shortlisted three contractors that will be invited to tender for the project’s £570M Birmingham Curzon Street station. The firms …

Birmingham HS2 Curzon Street station gets planning approval

City councillors have voted unanimously in favour of plans for Birmingham’s landmark HS2 Curzon Street station. The £571M station will eventually link …

Updated designs unveiled for West Midlands HS2 stations

New designs for the two new high-speed rail stations in the West Midlands have been unveiled, with HS2 aiming to create two of the most …

Engineers streamline HS2 station roof design

Lead engineers on HS2’s Old Oak Common station, WSP, have revealed a 27% reduction in the structural steel needed for the station roof at the west London …

News in Brief: March 2019

Forming an integral part of a road realignment scheme, Nusteel Structures has fabricated and delivered a 50m-long × 3m-wide cycle and pedestrian bridge that …

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