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Farringdon


As part of the North-South Thameslink Programme a major redevelopment of Farringdon station was undertaken. The station is to become the only transport hub in London where Thameslink, Crossrail and the Underground services meet giving passengers the choice to travel north-south, east-west or in and around the city.

Working in conjunction with the project architects AJ Wells designed, developed, manufactured and installed a full range of vitreous enamel and illuminated signage and over 70 full height totem doors. The refurbishment also included a 25 metre light box for the integrated ticket hall.

The majority of the work was completed during weekend closure possessions where AJ Wells interfaced with up to three hundred tradesmen per shift.

Passenger safety was paramount at all times and temporary signage installations were carried out to ensure a free flowing traffic environment.