Learning Legacy Partners

Construction Industry Research and Information Association

"The Crossrail Learning Legacy will provide CIRIA members and the wider industry with information and knowledge they can translate into good practice across future construction projects of any size or type."

http://www.ciria.org/

Institute of Environmental Management & Assessment

“Crossrail's environment and sustainability innovations offer our profession huge learning opportunities. At IEMA, we feel the legacy goes far beyond learning. This is about inspiration, direction and the power of what is possible.”

http://www.iema.net/

Institution of Engineering and Technology

"Described as a 'huge civil engineering project with a railway running through it', Crossrail in fact encompasses all sectors, resulting in a large learning legacy which the IET is pleased to share within and across its sectors."

http://www.theiet.org/crossrail

Institution of Occupational Safety and Health

"We are pleased to be involved in the Learning Legacy Programme and share these valuable resources to a broad community. A large pool of our 44,000 members work in the construction industry and related areas and they will be able to benefit from current best practice supporting our vision to create a world of work which is safe, healthy and sustainable."

http://www.iosh.co.uk/

Major Projects Association

"The purpose of the Major Projects Association is to improve the initiation and delivery of major projects through the interaction of members from all sectors in sharing experience, knowledge and ideas. We welcome the Crossrail Learning Legacy as it creates an imperative to capture and share learning and provides a robust source of information and experts for our pan industry Knowledge Hub."

http://www.majorprojects.org/

Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors

"With the UK Government Infrastructure Pipeline containing £400Bn of programmes and projects the RICS is proud to support the Crossrail Learning Legacy programme that captures and disseminates the best practice and lessons learned over the course of the programme. Sharing these learnings will aid continuous improvement to infrastructure delivery helping Commercial Managers and Clients become better informed as a result. Through both our Infrastructure Forum and CPD Programme, the RICS will ensure its membership benefit from the experience gained and are fully equipped to support the future."

http://www.rics.org/uk/