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Welcome to the Crossrail Learning Legacy website

Learning Legacy is the collation and dissemination of good practice, lessons learned and innovation from the Crossrail construction programme aimed at raising the bar in industry and showcasing UK PLC.

The Crossrail Learning Legacy aims to share knowledge and insight, through means such as case studies and technical papers providing lessons and recommendations to help others. Documents and templates that have been used successfully on the Crossrail programme can be ‘pinched with pride’ by other projects, and datasets will be made available that can inform future research projects. The Learning Legacy will also showcase the experts behind the delivery of the Crossrail programme.

“Passing on the lessons and good practice that we have learned at Crossrail is an absolutely essential part of raising the bar in the delivery of major projects. With an unprecedented number of infrastructure schemes around the corner, now is the time to start sharing what we have learned so the UK can build on its reputation for delivering on time and on budget”  Andrew Wolstenholme, Chief Executive, Crossrail 

“The IPA is wholly committed to ensuring the UK’s delivery of major infrastructure projects is achieved efficiently and effectively. The creation of a learning environment is vital to improving project performance, and we see Crossrail’s Learning Legacy as an impressive example of best practice. We encourage all project professionals to draw on this excellent resource; the more we can learn from the experience of others the closer we will come to flawless project execution.” Tony Meggs, Chief Executive, Infrastructure and Projects Authority

“The Learning Legacy website illustrates the UK’s commitment to openness and the sharing of knowledge and we expect it to generate a lot of interest from project development organisations around the world”  Lord Maude, formerly UK Trade and Investment

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