Our team worked through the weekend, completing works on the night of Sunday 9th December, to achieve the milestone successfully at Waterloo Station for Wessex Capacity Alliance and Network Rail.
Network Rail have invested £800m to increase the capacity of London Waterloo, Britain’s busiest station. Work started in April 2016 and is part of Network Rail’s London Railway Upgrade Plan, which is creating new connections and making space for 45,000 extra passengers every morning and evening, a 30% boost in peak time capacity at Waterloo.
The former Waterloo International Terminal has been rebuilt and platforms 20 – 24 have been brought back into use, as well as creating a spacious, modern and accessible station concourse near platforms 20 – 24, all finished with Granazzo tiles, from Agglo UK, Mosaic, from Craven Dunnill, joints from Tremco Illbruck and Vexcolt UK, stair nosings, from AATi, skirting, from A Andrews & Sons, Mondecco, from Flowcrete UK and access hatches from Howe Green, professionally installed by DMC Contracts.
Well done to Terry and the team for this amazing accomplishment.