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Blackfriars Station

Published on 19 February 2013 at 11:41

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Blackfriars Station is being rebuilt by Network Rail as part of the Thameslink Programme to increase capacity and improve accessibility to and through Central London and to accommodate the new longer and more frequent trains.  Works involved the demolition of the existing station to construction of a brand new station.  This included a new modern interchange linking the Underground with mainline Thameslink Services.  Provision of improved means of escape, new lifts providing step free access, new escalators and staircases, new north and south station entrances, new integrated and enlarged ticket hall, widening of platforms, new concourse and station operations room, new sub stations and staff accommodation and facilities. 

AIS were appointed by Network Rail to work as an integral part of a Network Rail Team and on behalf of Network Rail to provide compliance engineering and assurance across a range of asset areas including monitoring of works and asset protection on the Thameslink Programme  (Blackfriars and Farringdon Station Redevelopments and the new Borough Viaduct).  

Photo Credit: Network Rail

AIS Services: Rail Compliance Engineering, Building Regulation Approvals

Design Team: Jacob

Awards: Ceequel Outstanding Achievement 2013 - Energy and Carbon, National Rail Awards 2017 winner of the Major Station of the Year, Civic Trust Awards 2014 Commendation