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CASE STUDY

Abbey Wood Station Closeout

CROSSRAIL – ELIZABETH LINE

Services: Delivery Partner

Client: Network Rail

OVERVIEW

Network Rail constructed a new station at Abbey Wood to support the new Crossrail Elizabeth Line railway. The project and principal contractor were demobilised in 2018, and there was significant documentation outstanding that was needed to close out the project’s obligation to produce a Health & Safety File and to support transfer to Rail for London Infrastructure (RFLI) as the Station owner and maintainer.

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DRAWINGS PROCESSED

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DOCUMENTS PROCESSED

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REQUIREMENTS REVIEWED

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Q&M COMMENTS RESPONDED

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HAZARDS REVIEWED

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O&M MANUALS UPDATED

CLIENT:  NETWORK RAIL

TIME AVAILABLE: 12 WEEKS

DOCUMENTS PROCESSED: 3886

DRAWINGS PROCESSED: 4752

O&M MANUALS UPDATED: 43

O&M COMMENTS RESPONDED: 389

HAZARDS REVIEWED: 346

REQUIREMENTS REVIEWED: 802

 

CLIENT REQUIREMENT

Completion of outstanding documentation regarding Health & Safety, Operation and Maintenance and as-built drawings. Respond to open queries and support site visits. Submission of Health & Safety File to Rail for London Infrastructure (RFLI) and National Records Group (NRG).

"I am really impressed with the work the EFA team have done on this job for Network Rail.”  
 OPERATIONS INTERFACE MANAGER, ELIZABETH LINE

OUR SOLUTION & SERVICES

EFA Engineering worked together with the existing Network Rail project team, took the lead and reviewed the outstanding documentation, removed unnecessary information and split the input that was required for a complete handover per discipline, while actively engaging with RFLI and NRG to prepare the final handover.

We provided an experienced team constituting of:

  • Project Engineering Manager (PEM)
  • Designated Project Engineer (DPE)
  • Scheme Project Manager (SPM)
  • Enhanced ad-hoc with discipline specialists:
  • MEP Engineer
  • Civils Engineers
  • Fire Engineer
  • Telecoms Engineer
  • Systems Engineer
  • CAD/BIM Engineering Data Manager

WHAT WE DID

We used the extended network of discipline engineering specialists cost efficiently as and when required avoiding the overheads for:

Operating and Maintenance Manuals (O&Ms): review and answer outstanding comments. Update documents. Collaborate with RFLI reviewers for quick results.
– 43 O&M Manuals reviewed and updated.
– More than 400 comments answered.

Meetings and Site Visits: Support and attend meetings and site visits engaging with stakeholders and representing the Network Rail project team.

Documents: Review and complete unfinished documents providing the Engineering Assurance required to complete Handover of Abbey Wood Station.
– More than 3500 documents reviewed and processed for the final handover.

As-Built Drawings: Review, site verify and amend drawings to produce final as-built drawings for the final handback to the maintainer (RFLI) and NRG.
– More than 4500 drawings reviewed and processed for the final handover.

Hazards: Complete and agree hazard transfers with stakeholders to allow handback of Abbey Wood Station to RFLI.
– More than 300 Hazards reviewed and processed for the final handover.

Requirements: Review outstanding requirements and complete Verification and Validation (V&V) Compliance Matrices ensuring Client Requirements are met and documented.
– More than 800 system requirements reviewed and processed for the final handover.

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