• Pudding Mill Lane Station
    A flagship DLR station immediately south of the 2012 Olympics Park, designed to cater for the crowd loads from the nearby Olympic Stadium. Acanthus Architects LW were responsible for the project from 2004 – 2010 as the design progressed through the Crossrail design stages leading up to the authorisation of the Crossrail Act in 2008. In 2009 we were appointed architects for the URS team through RIBA stages C-F with a collocated team based at Crossrail’s office for 15 months. The design was based on a union of architecture and engineering with an elliptical station enclosure.

    The project scope included the neighbouring emergency intervention point building as well as the railway portal structure and associated retaining structures.

    Client: Mott MacDonald / Scott Wilson for Crossrail

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