The firm will start this month for Network Rail to renovate Bristol’s oldest and largest station.
Restoration work will include its famous Victorian roof and it will be the first major upgrade of the station fabric in over 25 years.
Work is due for completion in 2023.
Jason Worrall Pre-Construction Director, Taziker said: “To be entrusted with the refurbishment of this important transport hub is a great privilege and testament to Taziker’s previous success on other historical landmarks including Bristol’s iconic Clifton Suspension Bridge, Iron Bridge and the Royal Albert Bridge in Plymouth.”
Tom Nicotra, Business Development Director, Taziker said: “We understand the special place that these pieces of infrastructure hold in the hearts of local communities.
“They represent a gateway to the history of the area and a living place of the city’s heritage. We look forward to restoring this fantastic piece of Victorian engineering.”