Hoo Station

Pell Frischmann provides rail consultancy alongside a fully integrated multi-disciplinary design and assurance service. With our in-house design teams, sister company resource and expert design partners we provide a fully RISQS audited service of rail capabilities.

The new station on the Hoo Peninsula involves the reopening of a freight line for pedestrian services, the first time since the Hundred of Hoo line stations were closed and demolished in 1961, and the provision of a new rail chord which will directly link the Medway towns with Strood and provide a direct passenger service for the first time in history.

What we did

Pell Frischmann was a central member of Medway Council’s Housing Infrastructure Fund (HIF) delivery team, providing all the rail engineering-related and design scheme throughout GRIP 2 feasibility and GRIP 3 option selection.

The scope of expertise included:

Pell Frischmann and Network Rail worked alongside each other and together formed the core of Medway Council’s rail team, which delivered the rail elements of the HIF bid from GRIP 2, a Strategic Outline Business Case and in to GRIP 3.

We have identified several areas of complexity, risk and sensitivity. Of prime focus are:

 

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