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Norwest Holst Soil Engineering

Geotechnical contractor Norwest Holst Soil Engineering is carrying out the £0.3M site investigation for proposed upgrading of Black-friars Station in London. The work forms part of client Railtrack's Thameslink 2000 project. It involves building a new platform spanning the full width of the River Thames and capable of accommodating 12 carriage trains. Blackfriars Bridge will be strengthened to accept the new platforms and a low height canopy installed, ensuring views of the city ...

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