Manchester Victoria Station and Rochdale Underpass
The ICE North West Civil Engineering Awards showcases the achievements of civil engineers across the region
Two projects, which Quadriga worked on and completed during 2015, were recognised at the 2016 awards ceremony.
Small Project of the Year – Rochdale Underpass Renovation
Quadriga restored Victorian bricks at Rochdale Station—underpass. The 40-metre underpass was losed to the public in 1979 and had since fallen into disrepair.
The scheme involved a large number of repairs to the bricks followed by a deep clean to prepare the surface for a spray applied coat of paint. The colour of the paint was matched to the exact pantone of the original. Finally, a glazed surface coat was applied to provide a long lasting, weather resistant finish.
Large Project of the Year – Victoria Station Redevelopment
Following a survey conducted by Quadriga in 2011, Quadriga were invited to tender for numerous works as part of Manchester Victoria Stations £44 million refurbishment project.
Over an 18 month period Quadriga restored some of the finest parts of Victoria Train Station back to its original splendour to including the concourse, the Lancashire and Yorkshire railway map, mosaic tiles, WW1 memorial, the dome and the iron canopy.
Why use Quadriga?
- A team of multi-skilled specialists
- Experienced historic building restorers
- Dedicated to innovation
- Understand traditional and contemporary materials and techniques
- Quadriga believe in conservation