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On track for Wembley


RETAINING WALLS for a light maintenance rail depot in the shadow of London's new Wembley Stadium are on course for completion this summer.

Phi Group is working for design and build main contractor Mowlem on a £750,000 contract to design, supply and build the retaining structures, which will allow construction of the depot building and an access bridge over a railway.

Clients for the work are M40 Trains and Chiltern Railways. The project is one of many aimed at improving rail capacity serving the national football stadium.

The 450m of retaining walls are made up of 2,150m 2 of stone-filled panels fixed with soil nails, 210m2 of Permacrib timber crib walling and 200m2 of gabions.

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