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The trains are coming, and Europe's largest current construction project is coming to a close. What challenges do mega-projects such as Crossrail encounter and what can be learned from them? How do you phase the construction works and handover dates across the sites to avoid skills and material shortages and how can you change the way design is contracted to maximise efficiency of project wide finishes and materials, as well as harmonising maintenance?
Alex, Ciaran and Rhys discuss this and other challenges they have encountered while working on Crossrail.
A Sub Agent in the delivery team at C512 Whitechapel station. Alex has worked on Crossrail for the past 7 years including on secondment to Crossrail on the C310 Thames Tunnel and for the Contractor on the C315 Connaught Tunnel Project.
Working as a Sub Agent in the delivery team at C512 Whitechapel Station. Ciaran has worked on the station for a number of years; seeing the project develop through the civil and structural phases, and now in to the final architectural fit-out stages.
A Transport for London Civil Engineer currently working as Assistant Construction Manager for the Crossrail construction team at C512 Whitechapel Station. Rhys has previously worked on other London Underground Upgrade Projects including Northern Line Extension and Bank Station Capacity Upgrade.