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Kings Cross Station Revelopment

Senior Planner, Hatch Mott MacDonald, Kings Cross Station Revelopment

START Date: 
May, 2006
END Date: 
April, 2009

Lead Planner, Railway Division


King’s Cross Station Redevelopment Project and Victoria Station Upgrade


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Project Planner, Balfour Beatty Management - Seconded to Metronet, Kings Cross Station Revelopment

START Date: 
December, 2005
END Date: 
December, 2007

December 05 – December 07                                Balfour Beatty Management Ltd

Project Planner

PLANNING ENGINEER, NG Bailey, Kings Cross Station Revelopment

START Date: 
November, 2008
END Date: 
November, 2011

Contracted to Vinci, this high profile project for Network Rail utilised both Matthew’s experience in the Rail sector and in recent projects for the Building Services division of NGB. A large new-build concourse plus the refurbishment of the existing train shed and operational buildings presented challenging works around a National Heritage site and one of the busiest live rail stations in the UK. Matthew was a key part of the planning team that prepared and managed a large complex programme that included phased blockades and the migration of live communications equipment.

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