King’s Cross : des passages souterrains sous haute protection

Thèmes : Ouvrages souterrains

As part of London Underground’s £400 million re-development of King’s Cross Station, new passenger walkway tunnels, lifts, and escalators were constructed to provide a direct link between the Piccadilly, Northern, and Victoria Line underground stations, and the King’s Cross, St Pancras, and Thameslink surface rail stations, through a concentration of infrastructure considered to be one of the most complex and congested in the world. The new pedestrian tunnels were excavated at very shallow depth below live rail track and two historic buildings under the protection of English Heritage - the Great Northern Hotel (GNH), and the King’s Cross Station (KCS) terminus. Bachy Soletanche Ltd (BSL) were commissioned to design and deliver a settlement mitigation system for these tunnels.

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