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Werrington Grade Separation (“WGS”) involves the design and construction of a grade separated railway junction (3 miles North West from the centre of Peterborough). The scheme will allow trains to transfer between the Stamford Lines and Great Northern Great Eastern (“GNGE”) Line without conflicting with the East Coast Main Line (“ECML”) service. The scheme is required in combination with other schemes in order to increase capacity on the ECML for long distance, high speed trains between London and the North.
The scheme will install a dive-under below the ECML separating freight services to Spalding from ECML services. To enable the installation of the dive-under the Stamford Lines will be slewed to the west allowing a cutting to be formed within the wide-way.
Alice is a former ICE QUEST scholar completing placements on Crossrail Whitechapel Station, A14 Kettering J7-9 and M1 J15-16. After graduating from Coventry University she worked on Manchester Airport Relief Road before moving to her current project at Werrington Grade Separation Scheme. Alice is currently a section engineer on WGS, where she has been part of the project since April 2018 being involved in the ecology strategy, north ramp and north portal construction and tunnel fit out works. She has spent the past year planning, organising and integrating the 9-day blockade civils operations and enabling civils work, leading up to delivery of the big push in January 2021.
Matt is a chartered civil engineer who has been working in the UK construction industry for the last 10 years. After graduating from Cardiff University, he worked on the Crossrail project at Liverpool Street constructing SCL tunnels, timber headings and retaining walls before moving on to Network Rail projects in West London and Bristol. Matt is currently Senior Project Manager at Werrington Grade Separation where he has been responsible for the construction of the curved portal structure and twin guide tunnels as well as the delivery of the box jacking operation during the 9-day closure of the East Coast Main Line in January 2021.
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