Stations

One Works is interested in sharing best practices and first hand experiences with leading operators, contractors, real estate developers and retail promoters working in the transportation sector. Our pluriannual design experience in station design and engineering includes airport passenger terminals, rail and metro stations, and complex multimodal interchange hubs in Italy and the Middle East. 

Our clients appreciate invented urban services that capitalize on the exceptionality of site, attracting new flows of passengers and goods connected with a vaster catchment area. Particularly within Italian boundaries, innovative interpretations of port usage define new practices taking advantage of disused port waterfronts. Our know how helps shape diverse projects that include 29 flagship and metro stations, 14 train Stations, 3 automated People Mover Stations, and a diverse number of industrial free zone and maritime stations.

One Works is currently Lead Design Consultant for two Flagship Stations within the Riyadh Metro Line 3 D&B project, in addition to providing functional design and passenger flow analysis for all other stations on the main line. Other works in Riyadh include design coordination and tender support services for the metro project. One Works is also carrying out design components for the awarded Doha Metro Red Line North Underground project in Qatar, whilst concurrently working on the tender design for the elevated portion of the Red Line North metro line.

 

 

Design
Architectural Design
Interior Design
Landscape Design
Masterplanning
Parking Design
Site Supervision

 


Engineering
Civil Engineering
MEP (Mechanical Electrical Plumbing)
Site Construction Supervision
Structural Engineering

 


Consultancy
Accessibility Studies
Contractor's Consultancy in Tender Process
Cost Consultancy
Development Phasing
Feasibility Studies
Functional Layout
Pedestrian Simulation
Planning Advice
Program Management
Project Management
Risk Assessment
Seismic Studies
Signage, Graphics and Wayfinding
Terminal Sizing
Transport Planning