Bond Street Station (London, UK)

Structural, functional and decorative concrete elements for an iconic London tube station.

  • clientCrossrail Ltd
  • architectCostain Skanska JV & Sorba Projects
  • enterpriseConcrete Valley ltd.

Bond Street Tube Station has always been a busy public transport hub and Concrete Valley were delighted to be involved in the development of two new ticket halls which would provide improved access to the Jubilee Line, Central Line and the new Elizabeth Line.
In 2016, Waco started engineering and manufacturing concrete elements for Bond Street (London), a new underground station consisting of two station halls that provide access to the Jubilee Line, Central Line and Elisabeth Line.
Waco produced structural prefab concrete elements for the main supporting structure and wall cladding for the two station halls.The project, consisting of concrete cassette panels, beams, columns and lintel wall cladding, was manufactured entirely in the Netherlands. The aesthetics of both station halls match the architecture of the surrounding buildings in central London.

The scope of this exciting contract included the design and manufacture of precast concrete ceiling coffers, structural concrete beams and columns, concrete lintels and concrete cladding for the internal walls.


An important part of the brief was for the finished building  to be sympathetic to the appearance of the neighbouring stone buildings. Our team of concrete specialists demonstrated their experience and skills to good effect in producing modern high performance concrete that looks just like natural stone.

The ceiling coffers that house the LED lighting in the covered walkway are particularly stunning and are a feature that the Concrete Valley team are particularly proud of.


  • Precast concrete ceiling coffers
  • Structural concrete beams
  • Structural concrete columns
  • Bespoke concrete lintels
  • Internal concrete wall cladding


  • Client: Costain Skanska JV & Sorba Projects

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