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HS2 designers are on track to more than half the amount of embedded carbon in one of the high speed rail project’s viaducts.
The first rural footbridge design has been revealed by HS2, in images showing the bridges as they will appear in Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and West Northamptonshire.
HS2 has revealed the updated designs for Amersham vent shaft headhouse, which will provide ventilation and emergency access to Chiltern tunnel.
HS2 updates designs to reduce the length of wall structures for the railway at Streethay from 1.6 kilometres to 420 metres, meaning 80% less concrete will be required.
HS2 has revealed the Chiltern Tunnel north portal designs, which is designed to be noise cancelling, to cut noise from trains entering and exiting the tunnel at speeds of up to 320km/h.
HS2 Ltd has published new Euston Station design plans for the new high-speed railway terminus station, which will feature 10 platforms, and can be built in a single-stage.
HS2 has revealed the first images of innovative ‘green tunnels’ that will be built across Buckinghamshire and Northamptonshire, which will blend the new HS2 rail line into the natural landscape.
Engineers working on HS2 have now begun excavating the first of five shafts that will provide ventilation and emergency access to the ten-mile tunnels under the Chiltern hills.
Landscape designs by HS2 show how an area around the River Cole in Warwickshire, identified as a Heritage Hotspot, can be transformed.
HS2 has revealed the final design for the Euston tunnel headhouse that will provide emergency access to the new tunnels as they approach Euston station.
HS2 has revealed new designs for two viaducts near the village of Water Orton in Warwickshire to create new green public spaces.
HS2 has revealed its designs for the Canterbury works vent shaft headhouse and compound, one of four structures that will be built to provide ventilation and emergency access to the high speed rail.
HS2 has revealed the final design for the Chalfont St Peter vent shaft headhouse which will provide ventilation and emergency access the 10-mile Chiltern tunnel.
HS2 has revealed the designs for its new “people mover” which will provide frequent transport between its Interchange Station in Solihull, through to Birmingham Airport.
HS2 has released images of its proposed replacement London Underground substation and vent shaft at Euston, the first major structure to be built as part of the transformation of the station.
HS2 has published its annual EDI report, which showcases how the company is continuing to challenge the national supply chain and rail industry through diversity and inclusion.
It has been announced that Laing O’Rourke Delivery Limited will build the new HS2 Solihull Interchange Station, bringing 30,000 new jobs to the West Midlands economy.
An expert team of HS2 ground engineers has started work on Wendover Dean Viaduct foundations, sinking the first of more than 50 carbon-saving concrete piles.
BBV has adopted software from Esri UK, rolling out its Site Scan for ArcGIS drone flight management and image processing software, to support its drone deployment strategy across 90km of the Midlands, digitising HS2 construction workflows.
The first design images for HS2's Washwood Heath Depot, the maintenance facility and main control centre for the whole HS2 network, have been revealed.
HS2’s civics partner, Balfour Beatty VINCI has opened a construction compound in Kingsbury, Warwickshire, comprising a giant outdoor factory and training academy, and will commence production on the Delta Junction this summer.
Birmingham City Council has approved planning permission for two railway viaducts in the city centre which will join Curzon Street Station with the HS2 project.
HS2 has announced the start of construction of its first innovative green tunnel, which has been designed to blend the railway into the natural landscape.
An SME graduate of HS2’s Innovation Accelerator programme is harnessing the power of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to help design future HS2 stations.
HS2 has announced the start of construction on the UK's longest railway bridge with the launch of a 700 tonne bridge-building machine at an event attended by HS2 minister Andrew Stephenson.
HS2 has agreed on a deal to purchase a second development site on Square One, Travis Street, to make way for Manchester’s new high speed railway station.