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Network Rail's North Dulwich station in London needed replacement for the two victorian staircases leading to and from each platform which were no longer safe for public use.

The replacements had to match the original drawings, but meet current design, RAL colour and H&S standards, including durability, slip resistance and fire protection.

Working for BAM Nuttall, the project included design, manufacturing and fitting. With the help of our German parntners S&L it was successfully delivered on time and on budget to great satisfaction of the end client.

Off-site fabrication was the winning formula to deliver against the installation time constraints, which included a narrow window of railway line closure. Each staircase was made in three separate parts, lifted over the station with a 300ton crane and then joined together by a team of expert carpenters.

North Dulwich Footbridge was a perfect example of collaboration between a designer, contractor and fabricator. Ecochoice were key to the successful delivery of the project providing both the contact with the German fabricator S&L and guiding them through the process. The continuous contact from Ecochoice was key for the successful delivery of the project and they did so with ease and professionalism. The quality of the workmanship that Schmees and Luhn executed was outstanding and perfectly replicated the structure of particular heritage value.

Irosha Gunatunga, Site Engineer with BAM Nuttall



controlled off site manufacturing

crane fitting of 3 separate sections

modern method yet traditional look

job done!

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