A Colas Rail/Morgan Sindall joint venture (JV) has been awarded a £20 million project from Network Rail to refurbish the historic roof spans one to three at Paddington station. The contract awarded is part of a Multi Asset Framework Agreement (MAFA), which is expected to commence at the end of July, will include steelwork strengthening and repairs to the historic wrought iron structure and decorative scrolls of roof spans one to three. The lighting system will be modified and the polycarbonate roof lights replaced, while the span is being refurbished. Morgan Sindall completed the renovation of span number four, a project that gain various industry awards, in September 2011. One to three spans were constructed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel and are recorded by English Heritage as a Grade I structure. We are very much excited to have been selected to the next phase of renovation at Paddington station. With our experienced team in specialized rail activities, we are looking forward to initiate the refurbishment work from a suspended scaffold above the live railway platforms to assure the daily routine running of the station can continue with least disruption, says, Neil Barnes, rail director at Morgan Sindall. During the new project, the joint venture will work collectively with Network Rail under BS 11000 to facilitate the scheme by January 2016.
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