One of the most significant infrastructure projects ever undertaken in the UK, London’s Crossrail is a high-frequency, high-capacity service enabling faster travel across the capital.

Crossrail, Farringdon Station
London, United Kingdom

Purpose: Erect a scaffolding solution for installing waterproof membrane for the tunnel.

One of the most significant infrastructure projects ever undertaken in the UK, London’s Crossrail is a high-frequency, high-capacity service enabling faster travel across the capital. Forming part of Crossrail’s plan to open up 10 new stations, the remodeling of Farringdon station endeavours to prevent overcrowding and generate economic growth in the area. The finished railway will be named the Elizabeth line when it opens in 2018.

Date of Completion: 2018

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Guillermo Lalinde
Section Engineer
“The new system reduced the time required to move the tower from one hour to 20 minutes, leading to an increase in production from five metres of tunnel per day to 12 metres.”

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One of the most significant infrastructure projects ever undertaken in the UK, London’s Crossrail is a high-frequency, high-capacity service enabling faster travel across the capital.
One of the most significant infrastructure projects ever undertaken in the UK, London’s Crossrail is a high-frequency, high-capacity service enabling faster travel across the capital.