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Crossrail: a new artery for the UK


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Crossrail: a new artery for the UK

Date and Time

24 May 2018 - 18:00-20:30


Reading, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the UK - Thames&Chiltern:Berkshire local network. Contact Michael.Halliday@utcreading.org.uk for more information.

About this event

Paul Stanford, Route Delivery Director, Network Rail will share a running commentary on Network Rail’s progress to date, with engineering examples and challenges explained.

About the speaker:
Paul has worked in rail for over 30 years including infrastructure projects, passenger and freight operations, with a proven track record of delivering results & successfully leading and inspiring teams

Now working in projects currently leading a large team integrating and assuring the multi-billion work to transform the rail network from London to Wales & West, Paul is introducing new work methods to improve deliverability of major works - with proven results.


18:00 Refreshments
18:30 Start
20:30 End

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