Cannon Street, London // Case Study

16 Oct 2008

Extensive heavy duty hoardings for Olympics station upgrade

Kwik-Klik installed heavy duty Soundmaster hoardings to create temporary walls throughout the concourse and platform areas of London's Cannon Street station.

The work is part of Network Rail's 4-year mainline station upgrade programme which will be completed in time for the start of the 2012 London Olympics.

Working with Laing O'Rourke, the Kwik-Klik team installed Soundmaster panels that were up to 7.5m high using an Oktopus KI-B suction pad forklift system and a scissor-lift platform.

As seen in the photographs, the panels were installed overnight in constricted areas including rail platforms and the main concourse.

Complete panels were also used on one of the station's side entrances to protect passengers from scaffolding surrounding the building.


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