We deliver transport solutions at every scale, seamlessly connecting people, places, and communities
Our specialist teams work on some of the most technically demanding transport projects in the UK and internationally. This can include creating town and city centre transport hubs to entire underground networks, upgrading outdated stations and airports, to road infrastructure. Giving us a full understanding of the often-complex demands of passengers, operators, and other key stakeholders.
We believe that successful transport projects manage the efficient flow of people and focus on creating exciting, multi-functional environments, that are destinations in their own right. With improved public realm, retail and leisure offers and desirable commercial spaces that make these more than just transient spaces.
Taking this approach, transport becomes a powerful catalyst for wider regeneration – bringing people into an area. We use our work in this sector as an opportunity to breathe new life into communities and promote social, economic, and environmental sustainability. Whether by designing environments that encourage greener modes of transport, making repairs to existing infrastructure, or developing strategies for long-term regeneration.
Transport Infrastructure projectsView all Transport Infrastructure projects
The Hard Interchange
Our welcome redesign of the transport hub provides improved use of its transport services to better welcome a range of visitors to Portsmouth.
We extensively remodelled this railway station to make it more accessible, improving the passenger experience.
St Enoch Subway Station
Part of the Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) Subway Refurbishment Modernisation Programme, to improve accessibility and create a more positive passenger journey experience.
Leeds Station Southern Entrance
This new railway station entrance supports the extensive redevelopment to the south of Leeds City Centre and helps to relieve peak time passenger congestion.
Birmingham International Train Station
The newly developed station has reimagined the traditional ticket office, replacing the booking office window with multi-functional service points.
Stanley Street Car Park
This visually dynamic and interesting multi-storey car park at the edge of Manchester city centre is an essential part of the surrounding community, serving commuters and residents alike.
We stripped the stations back to basics, replacing the escalators, the entrance hall and ticket systems, incorporate new security systems, and completely renewing all finishes and signage.
Heathrow Airport Car Park Terminal 2A
We were commissioned to design and delivery of the large, six level multi-storey car park to sit alongside the main land side elevation of the new Terminal 2A building.
Stoke-on-Trent Railway Station
We were commissioned to create a new entrance and automatic ticket gate facility to the west side of the station, our design proposed refurbishment and included the formation of a new entrance.
Sadlers Mead Car Park
The high-quality, 250-space car park provides the much-needed infrastructure to further support the significant regeneration of the area.
Altrincham Transport Interchange
The new interchange provides an important Gateway to Trafford and welcomes many visitors to Altrincham, helping to bring more money and opportunity to the area.
LNER Kings Cross First Class Lounge
Our building consultancy team provided interior design services for the refurbishment of Kings Cross Station’s first-class lounge to represent LNER’s branding.
We shape solutions that are fit for tomorrow, today, creating and updating spaces with a net zero future in mindView all Transport Infrastructure projects
The impact of travel on the environment is a key consideration in the minds of both operators and passengers. We place sustainability at the heart of our work, using our varied knowledge and expertise to both create and update spaces such as train and bus stations, transport hubs, car parks, and airports that are friendlier to the planet.
By reinvigorating and remodelling existing infrastructure, we ensure its safety, reliability, and ability to keep people moving for long into the future. Working sympathetically with listed buildings to maintain and preserve architectural and engineering legacy, while ensuring these spaces meet the functional needs of today’s passengers.
Modern, secure, and reliable transport systems also encourage greener travel by helping to reduce conventional car usage. Along with the provision of electric car facilities and attractive, safe cycle and pedestrian routes.
Changing working practices are transforming the way we all travel, as people move away from inner city working. In response, we are creatively reimagining these spaces to accommodate changing regulations and patterns of passenger behaviour. The 15-minute neighbourhood model, for one, sees us travelling shorter distances as we stay more local for all our needs. We know that transport infrastructure needs to reflect this.
Travel operators, often increasingly diversified businesses, are more aware of the broader commercial opportunities this brings. Including revenue protection, either within property development or better provision of retail and enhanced leisure offers.
By working collaboratively with clients and design team partners, we ensure that transport infrastructure is a fully integrated aspect of any existing or prospective masterplan. Making full use of a site’s potential while also supporting an operator’s long-term strategic development and continued, sustainable growth.
Transport Infrastructure news
The future of transport is multi-modal
Multi-modal transport interchanges play a critical role as entry points into major urban centres. Yet the strategic role they can play in even the smallest of locations has only recently become clear.
Date: 2 Sept 18
by Stephen Bottom
Director, Building Consultancy
Safeguarding rail: how anti-trespassing surveys can help improve safety
The key role anti-trespassing surveys can play in improving public safety.
Date: 12 Jul 20
by Stephen Bottom
Director, Building Consultancy
15-minute neighbourhood -Transport Infrastructure
Like countless others, one of our architects had to relocate out of a city into a nearby commuter town, forced by the pandemic. How have her experiences have shaped a new ethos behind town planning.
Date: 5 Nov 21
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