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The Prediction of Ground Movements Adjacent to Box Excavations Technical Paper

Thames Water’s Crossrail Project team required a simple method of predicting ground movements around complex shaped station excavations as a verification tool for the Crossrail 3D FEA based damage assessments. Exis...

James Latham MEng (Hons) MSc, Jonathan Gatter BSc (Hons), MSc (Eng), CGeol, FGS, Kevin Raven BSc (Hons), MSc, CEng, FGS, IOM3, ICE Publishing 03/11/2014
Geotechnical Risk Management for Sprayed Concrete Lining Tunnels in Farringdon Crossrail Station Technical Paper

The proposed Crossrail station will comprise two ticket halls, two escalator/concourse tunnels, two platform tunnels, numerous cross passages and ventilation tunnels. All station tunnels are constructed using sprayed con...

Angelos Gakis Dr. Dipl-Ing, MSc DIC, CEng MICE, Petr Salak Eur Ing, MSc, CEng MICE, Adrian St.John, BEng (Hons) Eur Ing FICE CEng, ICE Publishing 03/11/2014
Back Analysis of Observed Measurements for Optimised SCL Tunnel Design Technical Paper

The Crossrail Farringdon Station is a deep level station with two platform tunnels, 300 metres long at a depth of approximately 30 metres below street level. The running tunnels are primarily TBM bored with the platform ...

Angelos Gakis Dr. Dipl-Ing, MSc DIC, CEng MICE, Ali Nasekhian, Dr-Ing, Stephen Flynn MSc, CEng MIEI, ICE Publishing 03/11/2014
The Protection of the 400kV Cables at Pudding Mill Lane Technical Paper

The ground movement assessment and associated mitigation measures for the National Grid Electric 400kV power cables at Pudding Mill Lane, has been the subject of extensive debate and analysis since the commencement of th...

Alex Evans, IEng MICE, ICE Publishing 03/11/2014
New Taxi Facility on Heritage Structures at Paddington Technical Paper

As a preliminary part of the Crossrail works at Paddington Station, the existing deck spanning platforms and railway tracks is being transformed from a disused goods depot into a taxi and passenger interchange facility. ...

Adrian Douglas Eur Ing, MEng CEng MICE, Chris Levy, Param Hartop, ICE Publishing 03/11/2014
The Role of Operations in a Mega Project Technical Paper

Only when it opens will it be possible to judge the success of Operational involvement within Crossrail. There is an inherent conflict between the engineer’s desire to deliver a project at lowest first cost, and that o...

Charles Devereux, Jim Claxton, ICE Publishing 03/11/2014
Farringdon Station SCL Design – Reducing risk at the heart of Crossrail Technical Paper

The ground conditions expected at Farringdon Station are amongst the most challenging on Crossrail, exacerbated further by four TBMs (C300 and C305 drives – also known as “X” and “Y” drives respectively) all te...

Andrew Davis, Phillip Duarte CEng MICE, ICE Publishing 03/11/2014
Ground Settlement Behaviour In Chalk Due To TBM Excavations Technical Paper

In Crossrail project contract C310, two new tunnels – the Thames Tunnel (westbound and eastbound) will be constructed between Plumstead portal and North Woolwich portal. The Thames Tunnel is 2.6 km long and about 15 m ...

Mark Cheng, Patryk Mikulski, ICE Publishing 03/11/2014
Royal Woolwich Arsenal – Crossrail Box Sewer Diversion Technical Paper

In a unique arrangement Berkeley are collaborating with Crossrail Ltd (CRL) to deliver the Royal Arsenal Woolwich Station Box. In order to construct the Box initial ground investigation was required as well as site clear...

Peter Buckley, ICE Publishing 03/11/2014
The Use of Shape Accel Array for Monitoring Utilities during Urban Tunnel Drives Technical Paper

The protection of third party assets with reliable monitoring instruments is essential for the running of a successful urban tunnelling project. With a twin bore tunnel being excavated below the Ranelagh Sewer, in Paddin...

Brendan Bradley MEng (Hons), Roberto Prado Garcia, ICE Publishing 03/11/2014