Middlesbrough Railway Station

Existing Elevation

Existing Platform Elevation

Refurbishment of dilapidated/disused former buffet within part of a Grade II listed railway station to provide a cafeteria unit for rail passengers and the general public.

Client’s Brief

  • Provide a cafeteria unit together with kitchen/preparation and staff welfare facilities
  • Retain all historic features including decorative plaster cornices, deep profile skirting boards, architraves and other original mouldings
  • The floors were to be fire protected from the nightclub below
  • Address the issues of roof repairs and dry rot identified during the initial survey of the premises
  • Install new electrics, gas heating system and ventilation

Scope of Works

New Platform Elevation

New Platform Elevation

  • Provide both pre & post contract design and professional services for refurbishment works on behalf of First Group, Transpennine Express

Scope of Service Provided

  • Obtaining Listed Building & Building Regulation Approval
  • Liaise with Network Rail and National Railways Heritage Trust
  • Measured Survey
  • Production of Detailed Drawings
  • Preparation of Specification
  • Tender Preparation & Analysis
  • Contract Administration

Contract Value: circa £210k

Existing Area

Existing Area

New Cafeteria

New Cafeteria

Existing Area

Existing Area

Award Nomination

Award Nomination

Completion Date: April 2010

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