Green Park Station, London
Green Park is the first station to be made step free within the Circle Line and marks a key milestone in London Underground’s readiness for the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
 
As a central part of the "Unlocking London Plan" it offers the disabled and elderly, families and the wider public, sheltered access to a fully integrated multi-modal interchange (tube, bus, bicycle, taxi). An interchange for the Jubilee, Victoria and Piccadilly lines, over 30 million passengers enter the station every year.
 
Our brief was to create a landmark entrance which is sympathetic to the station’s Holden past and the surrounding buildings such as the Ritz Hotel (Grade II*) and several significant large private residences, including Spencer House (Grade I). As a result the station is intentionally minimal.
Shepherd's Bush Station, London
Executed under two main contracts – "below ground" and "above ground works", the project involved the design and construction of a new Shepherds Bush Station to serve the Central Line.
 
Capita Symonds’ Architecture team carried out an assessment of the TfL F2 assured design, which was used to produce the construction information that ensured the project was completed on schedule. We also co-ordinated the design and were on site to provide the contractor with timely answers.
 
Morgan Est. Rail (MER) was carried out the design and construction of the above ground works at the station. To do this they procured a fully integrated Design and Delivery Team that included elements of specialised design which were carried out by Capita Symonds.