Beijing, China | 2019 | Railway station
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Train station for the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics

  • Client: CRC - China Railways Corporation
  • Project management: AREP / Engineering & Structural Design: MaP3
  • Total station surface: 109 000 m²
  • Surface of the halls: 49 000 m²
  • Studies: 2016-2017
  • Opening: 2019

Awards and prizes

  • 2019 - LEED building design and construction: new construction and major renovations, Gold
The station has been designed to support the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, and forms a major interchange hub on the high-speed rail line connecting Beijing to Zhangjiakou as well as part of the transport scheme for the megalopolis of Jin Jin Ji.
The high-speed rail line connecting Beijing to Zhangjiakou has been designed to support the organisation of the 2022 Winter Olympics. Qinghe train station constitutes a major interchange hub on this new high-speed rail line.
Qinghe train station is located in the north-east of Beijing, at the edge of the fifth ring road, where once stood one of the stations of the first rail line designed.
The immediate environment of the project is complex as the existing rail tracks and viaducts for the metro lines and the motorway fragment the city. The project is designed to fit the environment in the best way and meets the challenges of accessibility, intermodality, fluidity, safety, image and urban development.

Last news

Patrick Ropert: Visit to Beijing by the CEO of SNCF Gares & Connexion
On 10 September 2018, on the occasion of the visit to China of Patrick ROPERT, Managing Director of SNCF Gares & Connexions, an informal meeting was held on the development of AREP China for the next 5 years. In the afternoon, the delegation was invited by Jingzhong LI, President and General Manager of the Station Construction Command Department, Beijing Railway Bureau to visit the Qinghe Station site, built for the 2022 Olympic Winter Games.
The visiting team consisted of Fabrice MORENON, Director of Public Affairs and International Development at SNCF Gares & Connexions; as well as Daniel CLARIS, International Director of AREP Group; Xingxing JIANG and Luc NEOUZE, Managing Director of AREP China.