|Document Title||Document Type||Abstract||Authors||Publication date|
|Bedlam Burial Ground Project Design||Good Practice Document||
This archaeological project aimed to compile a burial register for the Bedlam burial ground excavated by Crossrail from 2011-2015, in order to find out who was buried there and where they came from. The knowledge generat...
|Behaviour Influences Behaviour||Micro-report||
This document outlines Crossrail’s approach to Client-side, behavioural based training. This was developed to; Raise awareness of the importance of leadership behaviours & how it influences others behaviour. Enabl...
|Steve Crofts BSc, CMIOSH||27/09/2016|
|Behaviour of a thermal wall installed in the Tottenham Court Road station box||Technical Paper||
For new building and infrastructure developments, it is possible to incorporate the mechanism for heat transfer between the building and the ground through the foundation elements (e.g. piles and diaphragm walls). This g...
|Kenichi Soga, Rui Yi, Duncan P Nicholson BSc MSc DIC CEng MICE||10/11/2015|
|Benefits of Contractor Prototyping: GFRC Cladding on Crossrail||Journal Publication||
Extensive prototyping was carried out during the design and delivery of the Elizabeth line for the line-wide architectural components. Previous papers have covered the process of client prototyping and its key benefits. ...
|Jim Abatti, Jorrin ten Have||03/12/2020|
|Best Practice Guides||Good Practice Document||
Crossrail is committed to sharing best practices, not just with contractors working on the project, but also with the wider construction industry, leaving a lasting legacy.
|Best Practice in Water Use on Crossrail||Micro-report||
Crossrail Ltd (CRL) required its tier 1 contractors to implement best practice for recycling as much water collected on site as practicable for reuse during construction and to minimise water use in site accommodation. T...
|Matthew Barnes BSc MA CEnv MIEMA||13/03/2018|
|Better Information Management to Optimise Whole Life Business Decisions||Technical Paper||
Crossrail is essentially building 2 Railways; 1 Physical and 1 Virtual. 500,000 assets and their related asset information are recorded in the Crossrail Asset Information Management System (AIMS). These range from large ...
The way information was managed in projects in the past wasn’t adequate for the complexity of Crossrail.The complexity of the project places pressure on management to better understand how to identify, select, measure ...
|BIM Review Article||Journal Publication||
BIM review: The use of open and shareable asset information in the form of BIM. Opinion article published in Q2 2015 of Rail Review magazine sharing insight and knowledge on the development and use of BIM and identifying...
|Biodiversity Accounting Report||Micro-report||
In recognising the importance of understanding biodiversity losses, Crossrail undertook a study to assess and quantify the amount of biodiversity to be lost and gained as a result of development at seventeen of the Cross...
|Lorna Mellings BSc MSc CEnv MIEMA||09/07/2018|