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_Paddington Integrated Project, Paddington Station, London


"I was very impressed with their office set up on site and found their management approachable, knowledgeable and professional who always brought ideas and solutions to issues with on-site installation. Finally I would gladly recommend any member of the MSUK team at PIP272 for any similar role and would hope to work with them again in some capacity in the future"
John Semeniuk, Package Manager PIP272 - Carillion Projects

Paddington Integrated Project (PIP) is a collaboration between Crossrail, London Underground, Network Rail and Transport for London, to create an integrated station which offers an improved passenger experience. PIP is part of the development around the grade 1 listed station to provide a new entrance to the Hammersmith & City line alongside the canal, with access to new taxi facilities.


paddington station

PIP is an unusual project for MEROSCHMIDLIN as they had little design responsibility and were only contracted to fabricate and install. All design was carried out prior to MSUK’s involvement in the project.

The PIP package for MSUK consisted of six individual elements. One of the main elements are the two façades running parallel to the canal, formed from large hook on aluminium panels with a grit blasted bronze Analok anodised circular pattern.

Paddington Station

In between these two facades protrudes the north entrance clad on two sides with a Schuco glazing system, with point fixed glazing to the front elevation.

Just above the entrance is a sign for the station formed from two laminated glazing panels with the graphics digitally printed between. Walking through the north entrance on the right is a glazed opaque screen on a Raico system.


Paddington Station

To the left is a lift shaft glazed on all four sides providing disabled access down to the station level. The main entrance houses a set of steel folding stacking doors that allow it to be closed off.

Paddington Station

A granite stone façade secured on a rainscreen cladding system runs below the hook on aluminium cladding and continues up a public access stairway.


Padding

Paddington London

Louvres formed from bespoke extruded box sections line either side of the roadway which provides access to the taxi service.


Station

Finally I would gladly recommend any member of the MSUK team at PIP272 for any similar role and would hope to work with them again in some capacity in the future
John Semeniuk, Package Manager PIP272 - Carillion Projects

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_ _PROJECT DETAILS
_ Project Title: Paddington Integrated Project, London
_ Scope of Works and details:
_ Granite facades: Granite stone cladding on a Domas system, installed to two elevations and up either side of staircase.
_ Taxi Ramp Louvres: Bespoke aluminium box sections installed vertically onto horizontal rails, forming a visual screen along the taxi ramp driveway.
_ Rainscreen cladding: Bespoke hook on aluminium panels with decorative anodised finish, to two elevations.
_ Taxi Ramp Louvres: Bespoke aluminium box sections installed vertically onto horizontal rails, forming a visual screen along the taxi ramp driveway.
_ North entrance: Point fixed glazing to front elevation, with Schuco curtain walling to the two sides. Digitally printed glazed laminated sign. Steel sliding folding doors.
_ Lift shaft: Bonded opaque glazing system around all four sides of shaft.
_ Internal screen: Raico system with opaque glazing.
_ Project Value: 2.9m
_ Client: Crossrail
_ Architect: Mott MacDonald
_ Main Contractor: Carillion Construction Limited
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