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Victoria Station Manchester

Facts

Location Client Cost Completion
Manchester Network Rail £44M 2015

Project details

This dramatic refurbishment of Manchester’s Victoria railway station has centred around the removal of a series of trainshed roofs which have been replaced with a 15,000 sqm ETFE-clad column free structure.

A series of mezzanine floors have been introduced, holding various station facilities and improving connections.

Brief

  • to rearrange and restore the original Grade II Edwardian frontage
  • to reinforce the station’s identity as a low carbon transport hub

Results

  • a foundation for future transport developments
  • improved links between cities in the north

Integrated services

Architecture