Liverpool Street Station
1st January 2001
Liverpool Street Station
1st January 2001

London Bridge Station

Project:London Bridge Redevelopment
Client:Network Rail
Package Value:£7,500,000
Architect:HyderWSP & Grimshaw
Structural Engineer:HyderWSP & Grimshaw
Year:2013 - 2019

Pyramid Builders were awarded the London Bridge masonry package in 2013. One of the busiest stations in the country, London Bridge brings over 50 million passengers into the city each year. As part of the London Bridge Quarter development, which includes the Shard, the redevelopment of the area surrounding the station will modernise and transform this key terminus into London. The improvements to the rail links are part of the government-sponsored Thameslink Programme.

The initial phase of work was focused on the “back of house” areas; 27 primary historic railway arches, previously hidden away were given a new lease of life using the latest DOFF method of cleaning. Pyramid Builders are approved DOFF and TORC specialists and together with our historic masonry repair capability, our highly skilled craftsmen offer a full masonry refurbishment package.

The second Phase, which commenced in 2015 saw the development of the main station concourse, which is bigger than the pitch at Wembley Stadium, comprising of new retail and station facilities.

The project was completed in 2019, with Pyramid playing a key part in the regeneration of one of London’s major stations.