Rail is part of the fabric of the United Kingdom - generating sustainable wealth, opportunity, and prosperity for 200 years.
Rail technology has advanced ceacelessly since its invention, and modern innovations such as high output ballast cleaners for cleaning and replacing rail quickly, create new challenges for old structures and line corridors that must handle their huge weight safely.
Old structures need continuous assessment and occasional replacement, and since the 1990s the UK has reinvigorated its love of new lines, from the DLR in East London to the plans for High Speed rail the length of the country.
We are pleased to count HS1, the Docklands Light Railway, Network Rail, and Transport for London among our present and past clients. From rail adjacent development projects to viability studies for new lines, and from rail depot design to over-site and air rights consultancy, we have been supporting the rail industry and the communities that rely on it since 1965.
West Anglia Stations Programme
The West Anglia Stations Programme is a scheme that took West Anglia route under TfL control, rebrand stations, and increase revenue lost from unticketed passengers. This involved site master-planning, gateline support structuring, and new ticket hall designs across 24 stations.