US programme management giant CH2M Hill has overnight named its former London 2012 boss Jacque Hinman as its new chief executive.
Engineers were this week preparing to start tunnelling beneath the River Thames for the first time on London’s £14.5bn Crossrail scheme.
Transport for London (TfL) has repeated its call for Crossrail 2 to be built as a way of relieving congestion on existing Tube lines.
Construction of the first phase in the longest tunnel drive on Crossrail has been completed with the tunnel boring machine (TBM) breaking through into the Stepney Green box in east London.
With a building to cover the Whitechapel shaft the only clues about the Crossrail work underway there are the lorries taking material to and from the site.
Crossrail has overcome many complex challenges and is now about to begin its trickiest phase as contractors prepare to go under the River Thames. Mark Hansford reports.
covering the construction of the new express railway which will run beneath central London from west to east, largely underground
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Those who think that too much infrastructure money is spent on rail projects, and that too much of that is spent in London, had better look away now. Because last week London business leaders heard the compelling case for Crossrail 2 - the proposed south west to north east rail route under central London.
Crossrail: Major Project Report
NCE presents its major project report on Crossrail - a comprehensive guide to the project featuring interviews with Crossrail chief executive Rob Holden and Crossrail chairman Terry Morgan.