Crossrail C 510

Whitechapel and Liverpool Street Stations Tunnels

Client

Crossrail Ltd., London, UK (wholly owned subsidiary of Transport for London (TfL))

Contractor

BeMo Tunnelling GmbH
in Joint Venture
10% in BBMV JV (Balfour Beatty, Morgan Sindall and Vinci)

Project location

London, UK

Start of construction

2011

End of construction

2017

Project total value

600 million €

Geology

Londoner clay

Technical Data

Construction of tunnels and shafts for two new underground railway stations (inner city)
Crossrail Contract C510, Early Access Shafts and Sprayed Concrete Lining Works for Whitechapel and Liverpool Street stations tunnels comprises
The works at C510 comprise the construction of the Crossrail Liverpool Street Station and Whitechapel Station SCL tunnels, construction shafts and adits, platform tunnels, Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) reception chambers and launch chambers, cross passages, access passages, escalator barrels, ventilation ducts, and a link passage from the Crossrail Liverpool Street Station to the London Underground (LU) Northern Line Moorgate Station platforms.
The works also include the construction of six compensation grouting shafts in the vicinity of Liverpool Street station works and one in the vicinity of Whitechapel station works.
Methods: SCL, Shotcrete Tunnelling, LaserShell™ using TunnelBeamer™

Further project related information

• Structural Analysis and design work for execution of primary lining (shotcrete – sprayed concrete lining) and participation in OCI-Phase (Optimised Contractor Involvement) by BeMo’s Tunnel Design Dept.
• Partnering Project (NEC3-Contract, Option C, Target contract with activity schedule)