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The Geology and Geotechnical Properties of the Thanet Sand Formation – an Update from the Crossrail Project.

Crossrail will provide a high frequency, high capacity train service serving 40 stations and linking Reading and Heathrow to Shenfield and Abbey Wo...

Correlation study between in-situ auscultation and satellite interferometry for the assessment of nonlinear ground motion on Crossrail London

InSAR (Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar) is a technology used worldwide in order to carry out ground motion surface monitoring without in-s...

A regional scale groundwater monitoring programme for the Crossrail project: strategy and implementation

Crossrail is a 21km tunnelling project under London from Paddington in the west and Pudding Mill Lane and Plumstead in the east. The entire sequenc...

Crossrail project: managing geotechnical risk on London’s Elizabeth line

Understanding the ground and the specific geotechnical risks it presented was critical for successful delivery of Crossrail, the £14·8 billion pr...

Crossrail’s Technical Papers Competition

On a project the size and complexity of Crossrail there is much interest from professionals from all industries in learning how such a project impl...

Crossrail’s Experience of Geotechnical Baseline Reports – A Client’s Perspective – Presentation

This recorded presentation describes Crossrail’s experience of GBRs from the client’s perspective. It covers why Crossrail adopted GBRs, where ...