Gospel Oak to Barking Electrification

Context
Installation of Overhead Line Electrification on the last orbital, urban route in London. The project enabled the roll out of a new fleet of four car electric trains and provided an alternative route for electric freight traffic focusing on reducing Carbon, increasing connectivity and improving capacity on existing inter-city routes.

Project
To provide the complete delivery team solution, from outline design through to project close out and hand-back, for a complex multi discipline programme of works.

Method
CPMS operated on behalf of the client in a hub and spoke delivery strategy to procure, manage and lead the integration of multiple designers, delivery contractors and third party works to deliver safe, effective and efficient outputs across the project.

Services provided
Project management | Programme management | Document control | Procurement | Sustainability | Commercial Management | Planning | Safety

 

CLIENT – Network Rail
LOCATION – Anglia Route
START DATE – 2014
END DATE – 2019
PROJECT BUDGET – £171m
GRIP STAGES – 3 to 8

 

“The Gospel Oak to Barking Electrification Project was one of Network Rail’s first formal pilot projects aiming to achieve net positive biodiversity meaning we created more habitat than what was lost during the works required for the newly electrified track. Our key habitat enhancement initiatives were located within the Walthamstow Wetlands (which is also a SSSI protected site) located directly adjacent to our work sites.
We achieved this success by working in close partnership with Sustainability Sciences Ltd and the London Wildlife Trust. Being a positive part of the community we work within, and seeing immediate and long term benefits for the community to enjoy, is a resounding legacy for us all to aspire towards when embarking on any delivery project” – Tim Galvani, Managing Director, CPMS Consulting 
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