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How HS2 systems integration works

Event organised by ICE

01 February 2024

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We will start with an introduction and overview of progress to date, defining how HS2 phase one has proceeded and what has been achieved. 

There will then be an illustration of how the project life cycle stages are progressing, across the supply chain, with reference to the ‘V model’. Also noting the disciplines represented in HS2 systems integration and how the team operates as an integral part of how HS2 functions. 

‘How systems integration works?’ will be investigated.

Then a short section on systems integration requirements will be presented leading onto the challenges experienced and the resolutions established, developed and accomplished. 

There will then be lessons learned which have been determined and implemented with internal lessons learned reporting. And then cover where best practices in integrated project teams (IPTs) have been established and disseminated to achieve a project-wide consistent approach and collaborative working across HS2 phase one.

Concluding with the real benefits which HS2 has, and will, achieve.


Nassar Majothi

Nassar Majothi

HS2 Ltd

director of systems integration

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Nassar Majothi

Nassar has a passion for practical systems thinking which he makes every day use of in business, engineering and programme delivery. In his role as a leader and mentor he encourages individuals and teams to use the systems approach to achieve success in dealing with complex challenges.

Focused primarily on the rail and transportation domain he has spent his entire career working on major programmes in positions ranging from on-site construction to strategic roles with government and he is currently the Director of Systems Integration for High Speed 2. Nassar is a chartered mechanical engineer, his career began working for Atkins in design engineering from which he moved on to specialise in systems engineering and integration.

He later progressed to roles in project and programme management and latterly business leadership where he was until recently a Director and Executive Leadership Team member at WSP.

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