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Bank Station Waterloo & City Line Station Entrance Stakeholder LUL

Elm Site Services are carrying out major works to London Underground’s £57million upgrade for the new Waterloo & City Line Station entrance at the Bank Station under NEC3 Contract.
 

Our works, Front-of-House include for the construction of 2 new concrete lift shafts, concrete engineering staircases, In-Situ RC work, False & Formwork, public and accommodation steel staircases, Vitreous Enamel Wall Cladding, Suspended Ceilings, Cementitious Floor screeding and Granazzo Floor tiling on all levels of the structure. We have designed all temporary works including scaffolding etc for the project.

Our resident site team are based with all third parties engaged in the works including London Underground which amongst other aspects has made for expedient governance & assurance of the project. The work area is home to the ruins of the historic Roman Temple of Mithras, and layers of history have been revealed throughout the construction with archaeologists uncovering many finds.
 

A high profile project, it is not known if anywhere else on London Underground provides all of lifts, escalators and fixed staircases on one station.

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