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Morgan Sindall wins £9m London Green Park tube cooling system deal

Morgan Sindall has won a £9 million project to install a system to cool the platform areas at Green Park underground station in London.

The project, for London Underground Limited, will see Morgan Sindall install eight air handling units on the station platforms. The units will be fed from a series of boreholes in Green Park.

The scheme will be the first time a cooling system of this type will be installed on London Underground, and Morgan Sindall is due to complete the project this summer.

Jag Paddam, managing director of infrastructure at Morgan Sindall, said: “Morgan Sindall has previously worked on similar ‘Cooling the Tube’ projects for London Underground and we will be applying this past experience to ensure this project is completed on time and for the benefit of the travelling public.”

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