|Document Title||Document Type||Abstract||Authors||Publication date|
|Interface Management Procedure||Good Practice Document||
This procedure addressed interface management undertaken on the design and engineering of the Crossrail Central Section. It applied to all the systems, sub-systems, components and interfaces that made up the Crossrail Ce...
|Crossrail Ltd, George Georgiou||09/07/2018|
|Earthing and Bonding||Technical Paper||
The purpose of the case paper is to outline the Earthing and Bonding (E&B) principles and delivery on a complex subsurface metro railway project. The paper identifies how E&B is undertaken and delivered through t...
|Malcolm Anderson MIET, Neville Leary FIET, Jonathan King FIET, ICE Publishing||09/07/2018|
|Design of Canary Wharf Elizabeth line station and Crossrail Place oversite development||Technical Paper||
Canary Wharf was the first station on the Elizabeth line to be constructed, and the first to be let as a design-and-build contract, with developer Canary Wharf Group. Innovative design and construction techniques enabled...
|Tim Worsfold MEng ACGI CEng MICE, Michael Bryant BSc CEng MICE, John Crack BSc CEng MICE MIStructE MSM MBA, The Structural Engineer||02/07/2018|
|Effective Reliability, Availability, Maintainability (RAM) and Safety (S), Principles and Guidelines for Large Subsurface Metro and Main Line Projects||Technical Paper||
This paper offers support and guidance on a major infrastructure subsurface railway project, to select and undertake an effective reliability, availability and maintainability and safety (RAMS) strategy. RAMS which forms...
|Jonathan King FIET, Olga Gugala, ICE Publishing||09/07/2018|
|Land Acquisition for Crossrail||Micro-report||
The land acquisition process undertaken for Crossrail has been amongst the most complex ever undertaken in the UK, given the extent of the project from Reading and Heathrow in the west through to Shenfield and Woolwich t...
|Crossrail Main Civils Contract Works Information Part 2B||Good Practice Document||
The Works Information sections of the NEC3 Contract documents used by Crossrail consisted of: Part 2A – Particular Works Information – relevant to the individual project Part 2B – General Requirements ...
|Validating Project Information||Micro-report||
The Crossrail project involved hundreds of contractors and sub-contractors – each having their own working procedures and Electronic Data Management Systems (EDMS). The ability to interface with other business systems ...
|Lina Vasiljevaite BBM||09/07/2018|
|Fire design strategy in permanent tunnel linings (secondary linings)||Technical Paper||
This paper focuses on the fire design strategy that has been set up for permanent tunnel linings (secondary linings), with regard to their structural capacity under a fire event. This design is part of Crossrail Contract...
|Jose Suarez Diaz MSc CEng MICE, ICE Publishing||09/07/2018|
|Watermist Systems – Understanding the Technology||Technical Paper||
The misunderstandings of a Watermist system during the initial stages of the Crossrail project and the subsequent designs produced which failed to meet the fundamental request to provide an engineered solution to the tra...
|Gerry Mullan EngTech MIFireE, ICE Publishing||09/07/2018|
|Crossrail Lorry Routes||Good Practice Document||
Due to the size and complexity of the Crossrail project, it was decided to try and mitigate traffic issues by liaising with the affected London boroughs from the outset. Approved lorry routes were agreed with each of the...