London Victoria // Case Study

28 Apr 2012

Concourse and External Entrance Hoardings

Kwik-Klik hoardings were installed at Victoria Station in London when works were undertaken to improve a side entrance/exit to the station.

A new ticket hall and side entrance to the station will allow passengers to enter the station without using the other busy entrances and this will improve the flow of passengers.

The project used 3 metre high and 0.5 metre wide Ultraspan panels which are manufactured to Network Rail's R-11 specifications. The 100% recycled PVC panels create a pristine, smooth and safe hoarding that reflects Network Rail's grey corporate colours with yellow corners.

Secure double personnel doors are fitted to the external entrance for the use of tradesmen and authorised station staff. A single security door is fitted to the concourse hoarding. Mesh netting is also attached to the top of the hoardings to prevent objects being thrown into the site by members of the public.

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