|Waverley Station Upgrade|
Waverley Station in Edinburgh is the second biggest Railway Station in the UK, covering over 25 acres of space in the heart of the Scottish capital. Recent years have seen a notable investment in infrastructure improvements including the start of a roof replacement programme, platform and concourse upgrades as well as improvements in facilities and entrance areas. SWGR has been involved at various stages of the process, none more so than the total upgrade of the overhead line electrification system that was also the beginning of Edinburgh-Glasgow Improvement Programme (EGIP).
This work was completed in 2009 after SWGR supplied a team of around 20 men including construction, isolation and safety critical staff to the client over a two year timeframe.
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