Battersea Power Station Phase 2

Skanska Contact

Skanska is one of the leading contractors in the UK that builds, maintains and upgrades the country's infrastructure. Skanska's purpose is to build for a better society by supporting the local communities in which its work is carried out. Across the UK, Skanska project teams are giving their time and experience to local causes.


Skanska are excited to be the preferred contractor for Battersea Power Station Phase 2, which is the transformation of the Power Station itself. The Power Station's incredible rebirth will see it transformed into one of the most exciting and innovative mixed use neighborhoods ever built. Designed by some of the world's most renowned architects, who will seamlessly bring together new offices, shops, restaurants, homes, hotels, leisure, events spaces and extensive public space to create one of the world's leading destinations.

Visitors will get the chance to see some of the key works being carried out across the site, from the reconstruction of the historic chimneys, to the extensive excavations happening across the site. The main attraction will be seeing what it takes to reconstruct an iconic grade 2 star listed building. 

Address Battersea Power Station
Skanska Project Office

There are a couple of different ways to get here, we are short walk away from Vauxhall (Victoria Line and Overground from Waterloo), Battersea Park (overground from Victoria) and Queenstown Road (Overground from Waterloo) Stations. If you are coming on the bus, you can get on the 156, 436 or 344, please make sure you alight at Sleaford Street or Riverlight Quay. Site Access is through the site entrance on Cringle Street.


Site Entrance
Parking available no
Length of Visit 1 and Half Hours
Maximum Group Size 15
Register by 24 Mar 2017
Disabled Access yes

When booking your place, please confirm any special access requirements and we will do our best to accommodate you

Child Restrictions yes

Over 16's Only


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