Peckham Rye Station Enhancements

Peckham Rye Station, which sits on the west side of Peckham’s main thoroughfare Rye Lane, provides access to national rail services linking central London to Kent and Surrey, platforms serving London Overground between New Cross and Clapham Junction and Thameslink services on the Catford Loop line.

 

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Invvu Construction Consultants

London, UK

Peckham Rye Station, which sits on the west side of Peckham’s main thoroughfare Rye Lane, provides access to national rail services linking central London to Kent and Surrey, platforms serving London Overground between New Cross and Clapham Junction and Thameslink services on the Catford Loop line.

Peckham Rye station has become increasingly used in recent years. Major congestion at peak times has become a frequent issue and the Station is currently the busiest interchange station on the national rail network without step free access in the UK.

Structural design for the proposed improvement scheme mainly include the following elements:

  • New atrium roof steel structure at the back of the station
  • New walkway between the main building towers
  • New steel stairs to platform 2 and platform 3
  • New stairs to platforms 1&2 through existing brick arch. New opening to lift to Platforms 1&2 through existing brick arch
  • “Picture frame” steel structure for widening of existing gateline

 

User benefits:

Quick and efficient modelling of the structural elements as well as non-structural elements, existing and new structures, various stages/options, permanent and temporary works. Easy workflow with other software and disciplines.