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King's Cross Station
The transformation of King's Cross Station creates a remarkable dialogue between Cubitt's original 19th century station and
21st-century architecture. Opened to the public in March 2012, in advance of the 2012 London Olympics, King's Cross is now an iconic architectural gateway to the capital. The scheme has restored Grade I listed historic fabric, and added the highly innovative new Concourse. At 7,500 sqm, it is three times the size of the original concourse and has become the 'beating heart' of this multi-modal transport hub, linking St Pancras Station, Thameslink services, London Underground, taxis and bus services, and accommodating up to 150,000 passengers daily through a spacious and dynamic multi-modal interchange.
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Highly Commended, Blueprint Awards 2014, Best Public Use Project, King's Cross Station
Winner, Royal Academy of Engineering 2014, King's Cross Station
Winner, RIBA National Award 2014, King's Cross Station
Winner, RIBA London Regional Award 2014, King's Cross Station
Winner, Sir Henry Royce Memorial Foundation Awards 2014, The Worshipful Company of Carmen, Transport Award, King's Cross Station
Highly Commended, WAN Transport Awards 2013, Completed, King's Cross Station
Winner, National Railway Heritage Awards 2013, Chairman's Special Award, King's Cross Station
Winner, UK Property Awards 2013, Best Pubic Service Architecture, King's Cross Station
Winner, Iconic Awards 2013, Public Building, King's Cross Station
Winner, AJ100 Awards 2013, Building of the Year, King's Cross Station
Winner, AIA UK Awards 2013, Excellence in Design, King's Cross Station
Winner, Building Awards 2013, Public Building, King's Cross Station
Winner, Europa Nostra Awards 2013, Cultural Heritage, King's Cross Station
Winner, MIPIM Awards 2013, Special Jury Award, King's Cross Station
Winner, MIPIM Awards 2013, Best Refurbished Building, King's Cross Station
Winner, London Transport Awards 2013, Rail Station of the Year, King's Cross Station
Winner, London Planning Awards 2012/13, Best Built Project
Winner, National Rail Awards 2012, Project of the Year, King's Cross Station
Winner, British Design Awards 2012, King's Cross Station
Winner, Institute of Structural Engineers Awards 2012, Infrastructure or Transportation Structures, King's Cross Station
Winner, British Construction Industry Award 2012, Conservation Award, King's Cross Station
Winner, National Transport Award, Tom McCarthy Award, Infrastructure Project of the Year 2012, King's Cross Station
Winner, New London Awards 2012, Overall Winner, King's Cross Station
Winner, New London Awards 2012, Transport & Infrastructure, King's Cross Station
Winner, New London Awards 2012, Conservation & Heritage, King's Cross Station
Winner, AJ Retrofit Awards 2012, Transport Building, King's Cross Station
Winner, Network Rail Partnership Awards 2012, Heritage and Best Large Project, King's Cross Station
Winner, ICE London Civil Engineering Awards 2012, King's Cross Station
Winner, Bentley Be Inspired Awards 2012, Innovation in Building, King's Cross Station
Winner, Network Rail Partnership Awards 2010, Heritage, King's Cross Eastern Range
 
  • Sector

    Conservation + Heritage, Infrastructure

  • Location

    London, UK

  • Description

    -

  • Client

    Network Rail

  • Size

    -

  • Cost

    Ł547 million

  • Team

    Client: Network Rail
    Sponsor: Department for Transport
    Masterplanner and Lead Architect: John McAslan + Partners
    Engineer: Arup, Tata, Fourways
    Contractor: Vinci, Kier, Carillion, Laing O'Rourke
    Local Authority: London Borough of Camden

  • Status

    2013

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