Bank is one of London’s busiest Underground stations and is currently being upgraded in order to increase capacity and relieve congestion within the station. The upgrade is costing over £600 million and involves digging over 600m of new tunnels and constructing a new station entrance.
Working closely alongside Geocisa since February 2017, R L Geotechnical Ltd. has assisted with various tasks on the Bank Station Capacity Upgrade (BSCU) project. We’ve undertaken installations on London Underground infrastructure, both in the running tunnels and the escalator chambers, installations and monitoring surveys in Thames Water Sewers, and installations in and around the new station box.
Links: BSCU, Geocisa, Electrolevels, Laser Convergence Meters, Monitoring Surveys, Inclinometers, Dataloggers, Tilt-Meters, Tunnelling, Retaining Walls, London Underground, Sewers