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As part of the Balfour Beatty VINCI Design Joint Venture we have received Schedule 17 approval for a 150-metre section of viaduct carrying trains into Birmingham’s new Curzon Street Station, including a 25-metre-high truss which will create a new icon on the city’s skyline.
Everyone at Weston Williamson + Partners is extremely proud to see our two Elizabeth Line stations at Paddington and Woolwich opening to the public. It has been a privilege to be part of London’s largest infrastructure project in decades, and it will be fascinating to see how these hugely significant projects are received by passengers and the general public to whom they now belong.
A major redevelopment of Hartlepool Station is on track after securing £12m of government funding.
The station's redundant second platform will be brought back into use and a new footbridge and lifts installed. Work is due to begin later this year with the new platform to be open for when the Tall Ships regatta is held in the town in June 2023.
Balsall Common Viaduct is a Key Design Element located just outside the built-up part of Balsall Common. It is a hugely challenging structure, with implications for its community and the landscape, and a number of significant constraints.
WW+P has secured a place on the Network Rail Design Services Framework (DSF), in collaboration with multi-disciplinary consultant Pell Frischmann. The billion-pound framework runs for the next 10 years.
Crossrail has released their latest film on progress at Woolwich Elizabeth line station, which is being designed and delivered by WW+P. It shows a substantially completed station and urban realm, including the unique external architectural features which capture the area’s military history and heritage buildings.
WW+P has marked a decade of collaborative working at Paddington Station with the production of a new film about the flagship Paddington Integrated Project (PIP).
PIP brought together four separate projects: a new taxi facility as critical path enabling works for Paddington Crossrail; a higher capacity London Underground station to serve the reconfigured Circle Line; a new entrance from the north to all parts of the station serving demand from Paddington Basin, and the design and future-proofing of an over-site development.
The prototype for 29 freestanding totem signs has been unveiled outside Shudehill Interchange in Manchester city centre. The project is led and managed by WW+P and designed in collaboration with Spaceagency.
Senior Associate Stuart Harper will be discussing the role of infrastructure in connecting and creating communities at the WSP Pathways event on October 18. The evening is an opportunity for young professionals in the industry to share ideas and creativity; to engage and network.
WW+P with WSP Engineers has been retained to design two of the five new metro stations on the Yonge Subway Extension (YSE) in Toronto and York Region. This is the practice’s first rail project in the city and follows hot on the heels of its first aviation project at Toronto Pearson announced in March.
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.
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.