Permanent works start at £1bn HS2 ‘super hub’ station

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has given the nod to begin the first permanent construction works for the London Old Oak Common HS2 station.

Balfour Beatty plc VINCI SYSTRA joint venture will build the £1bn ‘super hub’ station, which will support an estimated 2,300 jobs on the site at peak construction.

Now work will commence with the construction of a 1.8km long underground diaphragm wall to form the station’s ‘underground box’, where six HS2 platforms will eventually sit.

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Permanent works start at £1bn HS2 ‘super hub’ station

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