Representing an investment of around £27m, the North West Transport hub was a cross border project between the Department of Transport in Ireland and Derry City and Strabane District Council. The aim of the scheme is to transform and encourage sustainable travel across the North West region.
The North-West Transport Hub is located at the former Grade B listed Waterside Train Station, which served as one of Londonderry’s main stations for a century before closing in 1980. The station was restored throughout 2019/2020 and repurposed as a 21st Century transport facility while retaining its’ 19th Century facade.
Moore Concrete supplied modular units to form both sides of the platforms. On a site with limited storage space, night time working was facilitated by continuous communication with the site and careful delivery sequencing.