Foundation work begins on HS2's carbon-saving Wendover Dean Viaduct

HS2 ground engineers have started work on the UK high speed rail project’s pioneering low-carbon Wendover Dean Viaduct, with an expert team sinking the first of more than 50 concrete piles that will form the foundations.

Foundation work begins on HS2's carbon-saving Wendover Dean Viaduct Foundation work begins on HS2's carbon-saving Wendover Dean Viaduct Foundation work begins on HS2's carbon-saving Wendover Dean Viaduct Foundation work begins on HS2's carbon-saving Wendover Dean Viaduct Foundation work begins on HS2's carbon-saving Wendover Dean Viaduct

More than 50 concrete piles will form the foundations of a new viaduct which will form part of the UK’s HS2 high-speed rail line

Located south of the village of Wendover in Buckinghamshire, the 450m long viaduct will be the first major railway bridge in the UK to be built with a ‘double composite' structure, using