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Bromsgrove’s £24m station development, designed to attract business to the town and improve integration with other transport facilities, is complete and Cannon Technologies have provided the Outdoor cabinet life support system for SISS system.
The new station features a staffed ticket office, passenger waiting room, toilets and 350 onsite car parking spaces.
The development was carried out by Worcestershire County Council, the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA), and Network Rail, with construction contractor Buckingham Group, but was subject to delays last year because of ground decontamination work.
Martin Ball, area director for Network Rail, said: “The new Bromsgrove station will provide a significant boost to passengers and the wider area, providing better facilities and a much-improved first impression of the town.
“Cannon worked closely with Network Rail and it’s prime contractors including Mott MacDonald, Buckingham, Kemada (M&E) & Securitec (Comms) to deliver the outdoor cabinets for the carpark, concourse and station to their specific requirements. This included Climate control via ACU, vandal resistance, AC power distribution and a challenging multi-bay configuration”.
Steve Fisher, London Midland’s head of regional services, said: “The new station is all about making travel simpler for our passengers. It brings a range of extra benefits, including a staffed ticket office, additional parking and easier connections to local bus services. Cannon Technologies have provided great support to our contractors and helped bring the new station online”
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