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Award: London Bridge Station

London Bridge Station has undergone a stunning transformation that has delivered a better connection between London’s home counties and an increase in …

Merit: Manchester Victoria Redevelopment

Manchester Victoria station redevelopment was a challenging project within an existing live railway station with work taking place around a number of Grade II …

Fit-out on track at London Bridge Station

Due to complete in January 2018, the ongoing redevelopment of London Bridge Station is one of the country’s most complex transportation projects and one …

News in Brief: January 2017

Cleveland Bridge UK has reached the halfway mark of a major infrastructure project in Aberdeen that will create a 43km bypass around the western side of the …

Merit: Leeds Station Southern Entrance

The Leeds Station Southern Entrance has relieved congestion, future-proofed ticket line gate capacity and will encourage growth in the south of the city. …

South entrance arrives at Leeds station

Thousands of commuters in Yorkshire are now enjoying quicker and easier journeys since the new £20M steel-framed south entrance at Leeds station was …

Renovated Manchester station reopens

Manchester Victoria railway station, once labelled Britain’s worst, has formally reopened following a £44M facelift. As well as maintaining Manchester …

Grand opening for Grand Central

Birmingham’s Grand Central shopping complex, which forms an integral part of the £750M New Street Station redevelopment, opens its doors this week. The …

Lincoln transport hub will be driven by steel

A £29M scheme that will improve Lincoln’s transport infrastructure and modernise its city centre will be constructed predominantly with structural …

Bridge solutions for new railway

The UK’s newest railway is gearing up for service as steel bridges play their part in this groundbreaking project. Due to open in September, the construction …

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