Waterloo and Euston // Case Study

20 Apr 2011

Concourse hoardings at two major London stations

Kwik-Klik used the exclusive Network Rail R-11 Ultraspan panels in Network Rail's corporate colours to create temporary work areas on the the concourses of two of London's busiest mainline stations.

At Waterloo, hoardings were used to establish three secure work areas within the concourse to allow station improvement works to progress. The plans involve completely removing some of the retail units sited on the concourse, installing escalators and converting first floor offices into retail units. This will improve passenger flow and improve the overall apearance of the station.

The main contractor at Waterloo is BAM Construction and the project is due to be completed in the Summer of 2012. Ultraspan R-11 panels are made from 100% recycled PVC and are available in both Newtork Rail's blue/grey corporate colours with yellow trim and in all white.

At Euston Station, Kwik-Klik installed a work area near to the existing ticket office using the blue/grey lightweight Ultraspan system. This is part of an ongoing Network Rail station re-development plan.

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