In 2009, Manchester Victoria, which houses a number of grade ii listed buildings, was voted the worst railway station in the United Kingdom. Quadriga completed a full façade fabric survey and in 2013 as part of a two-year, £44 million modernisation programme. Quadriga Contracts LTD were awarded the ‘heritage package’.

Works included

  • Joss clean of Grade II listed internal façade
  • Doff clean of mosaic tiled floors
  • Replacement of ornate plaster ceiling with an exact match to the original
  • Repair and clean of the interior and exterior of the century old dome
  • Repair and replacement of Victorian tiles in situ
  • Repair and of customer WCs, staff WCs and shower rooms
  • Repair of the iron canopy surrounding the station
  • Cleaning and restoration of the WW1 bronze memorial
  • Sympathetic clean of the railway map on glazed Victorian bricks

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