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Proposed HS4Air will create new transport hubs boosting regional economies and slash journey times beyond London
WW+P has been appointed to provide architectural services for Network Rail’s Croydon Area Remodelling Scheme (CARS). Part of a multi-disciplinary team including lead Atkins, a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group and Costain, the contract worth around £4m, will include a diverse range of design services across multiple elements of the rail infrastructure.
A new image has been revealed for HS4Air, the proposal for a new high-speed railway around London that passes via both Gatwick and Heathrow Airports. The proposal will be submitted to the Department for Transport in response to a call for ideas within the rail sector.
WW+P has been appointed as lead architect and master planner for the Temple Quarter district of Bristol, which includes Bristol Temple Meads station, as part of a multi-disciplinary team led by Mott MacDonald.
WW+P has been appointed by Southwark Council to design five sites that could deliver up to 140 new homes as well as a new Community Centre. The sites vary in scale, with the largest including mature landscape and trees and offering great potential for place-making.
A lobster float designed by WW+P’s Incubator team, has been shortlisted in the LFA London Pride Float competition. The brief was to design an iconic float which will feature in this year’s festival and parade. Judges included AJ Architecture editor Rob Wilson.
On Saturday June 9 and Sunday June 10, we hosted an exhibition of models, images and materials of London stations, including the new stations at Paddington and Woolwich as well as the East London line stations at Dalston and Hoxton. We will display plans for new stations at Barking Riverside and masterplans for Barking Town Centre.
WW+P has secured a place on the London Mayor’s coveted Architecture and Urbanism framework, in three separate lots – Transport Architecture & Interchange Design; Underground, Rail & Specialist Infrastructure, and Graphic Design, Modelling & Visualisation.
Midnight Sun, our spectacular light installation, was the star attraction at the launch of this year’s Vivid festival, a 23 day and night celebration of light and music taking place in Sydney from May 25 to June 16.
Listed building consent and prior approval has been granted for a larger, more spacious ticket hall and new eastbound platform at Grade II listed South Kensington station, one of London’s landmark Underground stations.
The Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) has engaged HOK and
Weston Williamson + Partners (WW+P) to design a regional transit centre and
passenger processing facility at Toronto Pearson International Airport,
Ontario. The GTAA estimates the first phase of the new facility could be in
place by the mid-2020s.
For International Women’s Day 2018, women@westonwilliamson - our WW+P group seeking to promote and support women within the practice and industry - organised a breakfast seminar with a fantastic panel of speakers, including Victoria Hills, CEO at Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC), Sharon Young, Principal Project Engineer for the Step Free Access Programme at Transport for London (TfL), Kaye Stout, Partner at PTE Architects and Eugene Healy, Senior Associate at WW+P.
Our growing team in Sydney has won its first cultural/heritage project, the refurbishment of All Souls Chapel in Rookwood cemetery, Sydney. The chapel is one of a number of architecturally significant 19th century buildings and mausolea on the 280 hectare site that are in need of restoration. The works include internal refurbishment as well as a new external podium and canopy.
The first panes of glass have been installed in the showpiece canopy at Paddington’s new Elizabeth line station. The 120 metre length structure designed by WW+P appears to float above the platforms 25 metres below ground. The steel grid holds 220 bespoke glass panels, each one weighing over a tonne.
Our urban design team were part of the winning consortium for the masterplan competition at Old Oak Common, West London, commissioned by the Old Oak and Park Royal Mayoral Development Corporation (OPDC).
Mile End shaft is the first Crossrail asset to be awarded the Final Design Overviews (FDO) certificate. The presentation was made by Crossrail CEO Andrew Wolstenholme at a ceremony at Mile End shaft last month, with the shafts team and consultants including WW+P attending.
On Wednesday December 13, we joined London First and hundreds of Londoners, business leaders and MPs in asking Brexit negotiators to stand up for our EU friends and colleagues working in the Capital at the EU summit on December 14-15.