Clapham Junction Staircase

Spence is currently in the design development stage of a particularly complex project in the heart of London at Clapham Junction Station. The brief is to design, supply and install additional escape capacity (up to 2000 per minute) to the Grant Road elevation of the existing station. Project Value: £170k design [...]

By |2022-08-23T10:31:33+01:00August 19th, 2020|Rail, Special Works|0 Comments

Kent Integrated Control Centre

The scope included the fit out of the demised spaces to Cat B standard to achieve a cohesive office and suitably flexible facility to relocate the KICC staff to a modernised working environment. Project Value: £2m Programme: 3 months Form of Contract: NR4 Client: Network Rail Key Trades: Fit Out / M&E / Acoustics [...]

Piccadilly Line Control Centre

Spence were contracted to carry out the strengthening and fit out of the entire demise, including the provision of building services, fire systems and security systems. Project Value: £4m Programme: 17 months Form of Contract: NEC3 Client: Transport for London Key Trades: Steelwork, glazing, lift instillation, partitions, roof works, fit out works, mechanical and electrical, fire [...]

Blackhorse Road Ambience Project

Spence have completed works at Blackhorse Road Station, with a refresh of the entrances and ticket hall area having been undertaken and new external cladding installed. Project Value: £800k Programme: 5 months Form of Contract: NEC3 Client: TfL Key Trades: Electrical / Ceilings / Cladding / Steelwork / Cleaning / Paving / Handrails / Tiling [...]

By |2022-08-30T14:15:00+01:00February 26th, 2018|Rail, Special Works|0 Comments

Union St. Arches and Devonshire House

Devonshire house is a 3 story brick building that connects to a row of Victorian arch viaducts. The building and the arches were in a distressed state and required regeneration works. Unknown to the client, Devonshire House was in a structurally unsound state. By working closely with its onsite engineering [...]

By |2018-03-20T14:13:08+00:00April 23rd, 2016|Commercial Property, Rail, Special Works|0 Comments

Victoria Station Facade Clean

Victoria Station is the second busiest railway terminus in the UK.  Originally Victoria Station was a combination of 2 railway stations which merged in the 1850’s when Victoria Station named after Victoria Street (not Queen Victoria) became known as the Southern Railway Company. The Kent side buildings were constructed of Portland stone with a [...]

By |2018-03-20T15:14:16+00:00June 6th, 2012|Rail, Special Works|0 Comments
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