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Osborne completes Network Rail car parks

Osborne has completed two major West Midlands multi-storey car parks (MSCP), jointly worth over £18M, for Network Rail and Virgin Trains.

The £11M car park at Birmingham International Station, a design and build contract, offers space for 540 cars over six levels opened to the public at the beginning of October.

The £7M facility at Rugby Station comprises spaces for 496 cars over five levels and opened to the public in August.

Both projects started in July 2008 and were awarded following Osborne’s work on a third MSCP for Network Rail at Luton Station valued at £10M, which started on site in June last year. The MSCP is a Virgin West Coast Trains Ltd facility being built as part of the West Coast Upgrade and Virgin High Frequency service introduction.

Director for Osborne’s Civil Engineering Sector, Nigel Scott, comments: “With extensive experience in delivering infrastructure projects for Network Rail,  the Birmingham International and Rugby multi-storey car parks were an opportunity to implement some innovative solutions for rail-related car parking projects, while demonstrating our design and build capability in this sector. These car parks will improve journeys for thousands of passengers each year.”

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