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Piccadilly Line Upgrade - Engineering Challenges and Contributing Carbon NetZero 2030

Event organised by Railway Civil Engineers' Association

Date
29 September 2022
Time
18:00 - 19:30 BST (GMT+1)
Location
Institution of Civil Engineers
One Great George Street
Westminster
London, SW1P 3AA
United Kingdom
Add to Calendar 29-09-2022 18:00 29-09-2022 19:30 false GMT Piccadilly Line Upgrade - Engineering Challenges and Contributing Carbon NetZero 2030 https://www.ice.org.uk/events/latest-events/piccadilly-line-upgrade/ Institution of Civil Engineers , London

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Overview

The Piccadilly Line Upgrade (PLU) will provide new trains and associated infrastructure to modernise the Piccadilly Line. The PLU is spilt into two stages:

Stage 1, the introduction of a new rolling stock fleet and associated enabling works

Stage 2 – a full upgrade of the Piccadilly Line signalling system to a modern digital network

PLU Stage 1 is a £2.8bn programme that will provide a new fleet of air-cooled modern trains for the Piccadilly Line with improved reliability, efficiency and accessibility, together with new and expanded maintenance and stabling facilities. Stage 1 will result in a 23% uplift in peak capacity with trains running at 27 trains per hour or a train every 2 minutes 13 seconds. Full introduction of the new fleet and the subsequent timetable uplift is planned for early to mid-2027.

Venue

Institution of Civil Engineers
One Great George Street
Westminster
London
SW1P 3AA
United Kingdom

Speakers

Ashraff Cader CEng, FICE

Ashraff Cader CEng, FICE

Piccadilly Line Upgrade Programme

lead civil engineer

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Ashraff Cader CEng, FICE

Ashraff is a highly experienced and motivated Chartered Civil Engineer and Fellow of ICE, having worked in the railway industry for over 20 years starting as an intern in the Japanese Railway working on Ginza Line Extension. During 11 years at Transport for London, Ashraff has undertaken roles which have put him at the forefront of design, construction, Asset Management Risk Based Strategies, Whole Life Cycle and Assessment, Asset Performance and Reliability.

Presently Ashraff is a Lead Civil Engineer for Piccadilly Line Upgrade Programme and Leading 12 Civil and Structural Professional Engineers and responsible for Asset Protection wide LU Networks.

Amarnath Paul CEng, MICE

Amarnath Paul CEng, MICE

Transport for London

senior engineer

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Amarnath Paul CEng, MICE

Amarnath has more than 30 years of experience in the design, planning and construction of various rail and road bridges, underground station buildings, cut and cover tunnels, Network Railway depot, London Underground’s rail structures and other projects. He has extensive experience in leading multi-disciplinary design team in the successful delivery of complex infrastructure schemes.

He has worked in senior positions with ARUP, AECOM, Larsen & Toubro Ltd., STUP consultants Ltd. on several major civil infrastructure projects including Crossrail Project, Four Lines Modernisation (4LM) Project, Wessex Capacity Programme, Waverley Railway Project - Borders Rail, Brisbane Airport Link and Northern Busway Project, Thomson Line (Package D) - Singapore, London 2012: Olympic Park Infrastructure, Railway Bridge over river Mahanadi at Naraj etc.

He is now working as ‘Senior Engineer’ – Bridges and Structures – in Transport Infrastructure team with TfL, as lead reviewer for Piccadilly Line Upgrade project.

For more information please contact:

Elira Alushi