We were delighted to receive some fantastic feedback recently from members of the Senior Management Team at Network Rail working on the Glasgow Queen Street Redevelopment project.
During a visit to the site (where Curtis Moore have been contracted to carry out the Roofing and Cladding works), Network Rail Programme Manager Tommy McPake and Project Manager Joe Mulvenna met with our newest apprentice, Liam Gallacher. They were pleased to hear that Liam was thoroughly enjoying work on the Queen Street site and that he felt he was learning lots of new skills already.
Joe Mulvenna, Project Manager – Queen Street at Network Rail said “We had the pleasure of meeting Liam on site last week and he was more than happy to chat to Tommy and I. To hear how much he’s enjoying it so far was great – it’s fantastic to see a youngster enthusiastic about his work. Liam is a credit to Curtis Moore.”
Well done Liam – keep up the good work!
About Queen Street Redevelopment
Glasgow Queen Street station is Scotland’s third busiest railway station, providing rail connections to and from the city to the wider Glasgow area as well as throughout the country.
Popular amongst commuter and leisure travellers, the number of people using the station is set to increase by 40 per cent to reach 28m by 2030. To manage this growth in passenger numbers, work is now underway to create a spacious and accessible transport facility that has been carefully designed to be a positive and prominent addition to Glasgow’s historic George square.
The £120m redevelopment of Glasgow Queen Street station is part of the Edinburgh Glasgow Improvement Programme (EGIP) – a Scottish Government-investment in the railway infrastructure across central Scotland.
For further information on the project, visit the Network Rail website.