Published papers and case study related to client advice and technical services on Crossrail
RIBA Client Adviser case study, Crossrail, London.
Case study about client delivery of lifecycle value at nine central London stations
Development of line wide station fit out requirements, including mock ups and full scale prototyping; delivery of certain and planned lifecycle safety, consistency, maintenance and replacement; advice for acceptance of built works; observations for use on similar projects.
Case study published online by Royal Institute of British Architects.
Client Advice and Technical Services to Chief Engineer’s Group.
Technical paper about Client advice and technical services, Crossrail Chief Engineer’s Group
This paper explores the value of, and lessons learnt, from client advice and technical services provided to Crossrail’s Chief Engineer’s Group (CEG) by C100 Framework for central London stations during the contractor design and build stage from contact award to fit out completion.
Published in Institution of Civil Engineers Journal, Crossrail Project ‘Infrastructure design and construction, Volume 5.
Engineering design of the platform edge screens for the Elizabeth lines’s five tunnel stations.
Technical paper covering the Employer’s engineering design of 2.5km of platform edge screens
The full height, multi function platform edge screen is a signature feature of the platforms. The modular system was developed as a reference design, then issued to each station contractor. This approach included prototypes and performance testing before manufacture ; delivering economies of scale in the supply chain, lifecycle functionality and safety integrity over the project lifecycle.
Published in The Structural Engineer, July 2018.