Capel C.S Ltd are pleased to announce the completion of their facility refurbishments works at London Liverpool Street Rail Station with client Greater Anglia. The project commenced late 2022 and was completed as per schedule in less than 4 weeks.
New Facilities in time for the New Year
Having worked on a series of stations across the UK over the last few years with Greater Anglia, the RISQS-accredited construction contractors were awarded another project for refurbishment works at the existing employee toilet facilities at London Liverpool Street Rail Station.
The works by Capel C.S ranged from replacing the existing entrance doors and ironmongery to removing all power points, lighting, wiring and containment, as well as all sanitary ware, floor tiles, wall panels and electrical features.
“We were delighted to work at London Liverpool Street’s facilities, to complete their
upgrade just in time for the new year, in partnership with the Greater Anglia team.
Providing modern facilities provides a
better working environment for Greater
Anglia staff, who play a crucial role in
looking after commuters, working to
encourage greater use of public transport,
and helping to make the UK’s rail network
one of the best in the world.” Jon Shepherd,
Contracts Manager at Capel C.S Ltd.
All works were completed in 25 days. The new facilities now feature brand-new cubicles, sanitary ware, ceramic tiled floor including skirting and rear wall panelling.
Capel were also contracted to install new electrical features including touch-free sensors for increased hygiene, a multi-cultural toilet, modern necessities, and suspended ceilings with LED light fittings.
Capel C.S focus on delivering 1st class construction solutions and have worked with Greater Anglia and a range of other Train Operating Companies (TOCs) over the last few years, across the UK’s rail infrastructure to modernise stations and re-vamp public and staff facilities.
Thank you to our clients and friends at Greater Anglia for trusting us on another project. For more information and photos on the project, please visit our News page.