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The Gallery | Glasgow subway entrance erected overnight

A landmark Glasgow subway entrance has been completed.

Graham Construction is refurbishing St Enoch Station for Strathclyde Partnership for Transport, with designs by AHR and civil and structural engineering support from URS and Aecom.

The project team has now finished the first of two glazed canopies that will form new entrance points to the redesigned concourse and platform.

Comprising rolled tee arches tied together by longitudinal steel rods, the structure of the first canopy was erected in just one night shift.

The full city centre station refurbishment will be completed later this year.

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