Station Upgrade Works
Revitalisation of the rail network has provided substantial capital investment to refurbish and improve existing stations and provide for new transport interchanges. Emeg have been at the forefront of providing cost-effective, complete turnkey mechanical, electrical and plumbing solutions to support these aspirations.
Rail Station Refurbishment Made Easy
Emeg offers rail owners and operators the complete ‘one-stop-shop’ design, supply, installation and depot maintenance package, including:
- Platform lighting
- Canopy lighting
- Security systems
- Fire alarms
- Power supply & distribution
- Staff accommodation
- PA systems
- Customer information systems
- Telecoms & communications
- Water supplies
- Heating & ventilation
- Sanitary ware
Station Redesign & Improvement
Emeg has an enviable reputation, for setting the standard in successful design and implementation of cost-effective solutions, built up over many years of serving the rail industry.
This knowledge, combined with our determination, enthusiasm and commitment to stay ‘ahead of the game’ in engineering excellence, enables Emeg to set the standard for others to follow. Emeg strive to be the mechanical & electrical contractor of choice. Emeg’s reputation for successful delivery and ‘can do’ attitude, is a reflection of the dedication and depth & breadth of our rail experience and in-house resource, built up over our 25-year history of successfully delivering rail infrastructure schemes.
In recent years, Emeg is proud to have been associated with schemes such as the West Coast Route Modernisation, Northern Hub Electrification and Euston Station Remodelling, which included station upgrades, extensive refurbishment and platform extension works. Long-term clients in this area include Network Rail, train operating companies, LUL, private investors, and a whole host of blue chip contractors and consultants.
Station Upgrade Case Studies
The project consisted of the provision of new – and the refurbishment of existing – retail spaces at Euston Station.
A new ‘gateway’ station building and footbridge has been constructed to replace the existing station along with associated works including the demolition of the existing station.
The station comprises a new station building, forecourt, road access and drop-off and collection areas. A new passenger footbridge forms part of the town’s Westgate Key Development Area Redevelopment.