Working in partnership with Network Rail and main contractor, Taylor Woodrow, the Stannah Major Projects team has installed five lifts and improved vertical access in the cutting-edge Nottingham Rail Hub in the East Midlands.
This 4-year, £150m project will improve reliability, reduce delays, increase passenger capacity and safety, and optimise the rail experience for all users.
The five Stannah lifts have enhanced the movement of people and goods around the Edwardian, Grade II listed, city-centre station an 18.5m project in itself.
Lift works comprised:
Serving Platform 7 and the main concourse: Removing the existing passenger lift and replacing it with a 3000kg, 40-person, single-entry, 2-stop passenger lift.
Serving the newly refurbished British Transport Police Block: A 630kg, 8-person, through-car, 4-stop passenger lift.
Serving the new concourse, new street-level taxi rank, and the Nottingham Express Transit tram stop: A 1200kg, 16-person, through-car, 2-stop passenger lift within a half-glazed shaft.
Serving the new retail area: Two 2000kg, 26-person, through-car, 2-stop goods/passenger lifts located back-of-house to move stock from the delivery facility to the shops and food outlets.
All the lifts are hydraulically driven, have separate motor rooms, and are finished to the Network Rail vandal-resistant/ Equality Act 2010 specification.
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