An upgrade of Middlesbrough Station will see British Steel sections used as part of the GBP 34 million revamp. British Steel’s Northern Mills Plant Manager Mr David Hogg said “We’re extremely proud our steel will be used in this exciting project. It is a huge vote of confidence in British Steel, our people and our products, which demonstrates the importance of a vibrant UK steel industry to this country. We look forward to working with the project partners and seeing this magnificent new building takes shape with home-made steel.”Teams are hard at work on the second part of the transport scheme, which will revitalize the station undercroft, create new walkways and spaces for businesses and boost capacity for more rail services. Story Contracting is carrying out work now with diggers busy on site and steel sections are set to arrive at the station site next month after being fabricated on Teesside at Middlesbrough-based CB Construction (Cleveland) Ltd.Phase one of the station works were completed in December 2021 with a 75-metre platform extension to accommodate the new LNER Azuma direct service to London, the town’s first service to the capital in more than 30 years. This second part of the scheme will see the current ticket hall stairs removed, a new staircase built off the central thoroughfare, open public space at the east end of the former car park and a new pedestrian walkway created between Zetland Road at the south of the station and the existing subway. The station project is set to be complete in 2024.Middlesbrough is a railway station on the Durham Coast Line, Esk Valley Line and Tees Valley Line. The station serves the town of Middlesbrough in North Yorkshire, England. It is owned by Network Rail and managed by TransPennine Express.