London Bridge station is being transformed, with new platforms for more trains, a new concourse, and generally a bigger and better station for passengers.  It is the fourth busiest station in the country, bringing around 56 million passengers into the city each year;  keeping it clean and safe was the job of the INTRAform DM Heavy Duty Entrance Matting….

MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT:  Arcadis, WSP | Parson Brinckerhoff and Grimshaw are leading the design to develop London Bridge Station, the cornerstone of the Thameslink improvement project. Whilst providing additional capacity for around two thirds more passengers to the station, the scheme will ensure that the station forms a seamless and sympathetic connection into the neighbouring environment. The team encompasses significant experience of major projects in the London Bridge Quarter, including the Shard.  The new  concourse, greater in scale than the pitch at Wembley, has been built at street level, beneath the tracks, and is an integral feature of the site.  VIEW NETWORK RAIL UPDATE PAGE

 

 

SYSTEM:
INTRAform DM
SPECIFICATION:
Combination FR and Fibre
LOCATION:
London
ARCHITECT:
Grimshaw