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Taylor Woodrow wins £44.3M London Underground contract

Taylor Woodrow has won a £44.3M contract from London Underground to upgrade two depots that will service the new S7 train fleet.

The project covers the design and construction work on upgrading depots at Ealing Common and Upminster. It will include extensions to existing depot buildings, swimming pool inspection pits, and modifications to signalling and mechanical and electrical services.

Existing depot operations will continue during construction work.

“Throughout the project we will be working in partnership with London Underground to ensure that all works are completed to the highest standard and disruption is kept to a minimum,” said Taylor Woodrow managing director Graham Stanley.

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