About Learning Legacy
Learning Legacy is the collation and dissemination of good practice, innovation and lessons learned from the Crossrail programme aimed at raising the bar in industry and showcasing UK PLC.
The Crossrail learning legacy builds on the work previously undertaken on the London 2012 Learning Legacy and contributes to an overall body of knowledge on major construction projects. It aims to share:
- Knowledge and insight gained during the lifetime of the Programme that may be of benefit to future projects and programmes
- Documents and templates that have been used successfully on the Programme that can be ‘pinched with pride’ by other projects
- Datasets that can inform future research projects
- The experts behind the delivery of the Crossrail Programme
The learning legacy launched in February 2016. The first tranche of learning legacy content published on the website focused on sharing many of the tools, templates and processes developed as part of the Crossrail Management System. These are intended for use or modification by future projects. Further tranches have added the papers produced as part of the project’s Technical Papers competition to the Engineering theme, and many more case studies and micro-reports from key themes such as Health and Safety, Project and Programme Management, Environment and Talent and Resources. More recently the webinars given by some of the authors have been added, such as this series from the Programme Controls sub topic and this series on the Environment theme.
Events and Partners
The Crossrail learning legacy is a collaboration with industry partners such as professional associations and industry bodies and includes a series of knowledge sharing events and publication of a number of learned journals.
This material is shared for use by other major projects and is relevant to clients, corporates, and suppliers from main contractors to small and medium enterprises. It will be of particular interest to the transport and construction sectors however much of the learning legacy will be applicable to other sectors.
If you have been involved in the Crossrail programme and have learnings to share, the Leave a Legacy page explains how you can propose a learning legacy item.
Future Learning Legacies
The Learning Legacy Framework is shared for future projects to take forward their own learning legacies.