Interface Management (TOC/Route)

Activities in the Civil Engineering discipline dominated the delivery of Thameslink Programme’s three key output stages. This theme captures lessons learned and best practice in interface management. As the London Bridge Station Redevelopment draws to a close, more case studies will be captured from all areas of this major project.

Case Studies

Wayfinding: London Bridge Station

This case study, from design and wayfinding contractor Maynard Design, explains how wayfinding solutions were adapted to keep passengers moving around the station as routes changed on a regular basis during the project’s construction phases.

Sub-Contractor Technical Interface Review (STIR): London Bridge Station

A three-stage process to ensure physical interfaces were allocated, coordinated and completed correctly first time on site by subcontractors during the London Bridge Station Redevelopment project.

Introducing the Siemens Class 700 fleet into service

The introduction of a whole new train fleet delivered huge benefits to passengers while demonstrating that working flexibly and collaboratively led to impressive speed improvements in the commissioning of rolling stock.

Improving pedestrian flow during construction: London Bridge station

Lessons learned from challenges encountered during the operation of previous station configurations resulted in adoption of the successful ‘Dog Leg’ pedestrian flow plan in August 2016