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Glasgow Queen Street Station


Location Client Cost Completion
Glasgow, UK Network Rail £104m 2019

Project details

The proposals will see the 1970s structure replaced with a new concourse and upgraded station facilities.

The EGIP (Edinburgh Glasgow Improvement Programme) will extend the platforms to accommodate eight car trains. This creates an exciting opportunity to radically reshape the concourse and the way it relates to the city. Existing buildings hiding the concourse from the public realm will be removed and replace with a glazed concourse and dramatic roof structure that celebrates the Grade A listed train shed at its centre.


  • create a landmark, modern station which reflects Queen Street’s role as a gateway to the city


  • increased passenger capacity and improved circulation
  • twice the public floor space and longer platforms

Integrated services

architecture, building services engineering, lighting, acoustics, sustainability, BREEAM Assessor