The works at Langley Station included for the Refurbishment and remodelling of the Ticket Office and Booking Hall, this meant a larger Booking Hall was created to facilitate a new gateline. The works to the Back of House areas included a new staff Toilet, Mess facility and dedicated Comms room. The first floor accommodation was reconfigured to provide a new Office for MTR staff with a kitchenette and breakout area, a new Tenancy was also constructed to the first floor.
Two new storage areas were constructed within the existing stairwells to provide adequate storage for the station.
The South side of the station underwent a major reconstruction, the existing footpath was taken out of use with the station lease area being increased to accommodate a new secondary entrance. Works included ground retention in the form of sheet pile walls, below ground drainage was via a soakaway formed using modular crates wrapped in permeable geotextile. A new Remote Access Gateline Enclosure (R.A.G.E) was designed and installed, the enclosure was constructed from Stainless Steel Vertical Posts, Galvanised Mild Steel Roof Structure, Toughened Safety Glass and Equitone Natura cladding panels. The roof was finished with insulated Kingspan panels.
External works included the redecoration of the existing footbridge spanning between platform 1 and 4, new roofing membranes to the platform canopy, high level roofs and the East and West low level roofs. Decoration to the platform canopy and car par canopy. New boundary fencing was provided to both the North and South side of the station.
To develop the design pre-construction surveys included Foundations, Topographical and Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) survey, Civils Survey, Soakaway test bore hole sampling, Structural Survey, Damp Survey and a Roof survey.
A Temporary Ticket Office and Staff Mess was required to allow the station to remain operational throughout the contract. The works were undertaken during both day and night periods over the 52-week contract period.