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Crossrail, Central London Stations

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£50M or more


George Stowell

Studio 27, Rudge House , Llewellyn Street , Bermondsey , LONDON , SE16 4XE

George’s client adviser and management role was based in the Chief Engineer’s Group working for lead consultant Atkins and specialist designers Grimshaw/Maynard/GIA Equation for Crossrail’s Head of Architecture. For a linked RIBA case study RIBA: The team’s task was to engineer, design, prototype and assure common engineering, products and components for the Central London Stations. The role included: • business planning and fee negotiations; • structuring and reviewing design information; • cost, quality and programme monitoring; • sponsor engagement and coordination; • supporting Crossrail’s assurance process; • Papers on the role: Crossrail is Europe's biggest infrastructure project with a budget of £18 billion. From a planned date in 2021, the 110km route will provide a seamless rail service across London. It will be an unparalleled passenger experience that is safe and reliable, intuitive to use; and value for money to operate.