Engie – Rail Interface Management
Engie are currently partnered with Waltham Forest Council to complete the design and build of multi-use residential buildings at three different lineside developments within the Walthamstow area.
All three sites have a shared boundary with Network Rail infrastructure, with additional interfaces with London Underground Asset Protection (one site positioned above Victoria Line running tunnels) and with Rail for London (at one of their managed stations). There is a requirement to interface with all these parties to agree the design and method of construction, to ensure rail operations and assets are not impacted during the project.
CPMS managed the asset protection interface with Network Rail, London Underground and Rail for London on behalf of Engie, undertaking the following tasks:
• co-ordinating design submissions and operational teams working on site;
• negotiating and delivering support for the Basic Asset Protection Agreement
• undertaking dilapidation and condition surveys of affected rail assets;
• reviewing, advising and submitting Risk Assessments & Method Statements
and/or Work Package Plans for high risk work packages.
Technical expertise | Review | Co-ordination | Communication | Collaboration | Surveys
CLIENT – Engie
LOCATION – Greater London
START DATE – November 2019
PLANNED COMPLETION DATE – February 2021
RIBA STAGES – 3 to 7