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SGB hold court

Workers from SGB Project Services put in a series of night shifts to dismantle the extensive access deck supplied to London Underground during the refurbishment of Earl’s Court station roof.

The improvements at the station are part of a major programme that will see improvements in trains, signalling, track, tunnels, bridges and Tube stations across the network.

Working closely with project manager Balfour Beatty Management, SGB supplied a temporary roof and scaffold to create an enclosed working environment in which contractors could carry out work above the bustling platforms, track and station concourse.

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