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Crossrail Limited is building the Elizabeth line – a new railway for London and the South East.
Europe’s largest infrastructure project, Crossrail is delivering 42km of new tunnels, 10 new stations and improvements at many more. The new accessible railway stretches from Reading and Heathrow in the west to Shenfield and Abbey Wood in the east and opens in phases as the Elizabeth line from December 2018.
This lecture outlines progress as the huge underground structures and individual systems are brought together to form the working railway, and Crossrail Limited is poised to start dynamic testing with the new rolling stock.
17:30 - Lecture Programme
18:00 LECTURE BEGINS
18:40 Q&A BEGINS
19:00 LECTURE ENDS
Chris Binns: Chief Engineer, Crossrail
Chris Binns has worked on the Crossrail project since July 2015. He is the Chief Engineer for the Crossrail Programme providing engineering technical leadership through a team of Heads of Disciplines, and Managers of Engineering. As the Crossrail engineering technical authority, Chris provides leadership of the engineering function including Rail Systems, Mechanical, Electrical and Public Health Systems, Architecture and Civil Engineering. The engineering function, through the Technical Assurance Plan, assures that the Crossrail project delivers a Safe, Operable, Maintainable and high-Performing Railway in accordance with the Sponsor’s requirements. Chris was previously the Head of Engineering for Network Rail’s Thameslink Programme from 2008 until July 2015 delivering technical assurance of the upgrade of the North – South interconnection through London.
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