LCIA WA Council invites you to:
How Crossrail broke the mould with the $24 billion civil construction project delivered on schedule and within its 2008 budget
Date: Thursday 12th April, 2018
Time: 5:30pm – 7:30pm (Registrations from 5:00pm)
Location: Central Institute of Technology – Lecture Theatre 3-54 (level 3), 30 Aberdeen Street, Perth
Cost: No charge
The head of innovation and Technical information from Crossrail in the UK (wholly owned subsidiary of Transport for London) is coming to Australia on his way back from China as part of a UK Government Digital Built Britain delegation.
In this presentation, Malcolm Taylor, Head of Technical information, Crossrail, will share how Crossrail has managed to change the landscape in the UK delivering their 11 year $24 Billion program of works on schedule and within their original 2008 funding envelope.
With billions of capital works underway or planned in Australia, this is an opportunity to hear how projects can be completed on time and within budget and to hear lessons learnt along the way.
The UK Public Accounts Committee published a report – ‘Crossrail: textbook example of how to get things right’. See report here
Head of Technical Information
Malcolm’s work has focused on using digital technologies and information drivers for better decision making and management of projects through design and construction – and into operation and maintenance.
Malcolm manages a Crossrail team enabling and delivering information management and technical services; and developed and wrote the infrastructure Whole Life Cost Principles for Crossrail.
His current responsibilities include: overall programme BIM strategy and implementation; the Crossrail asset information management; Geographical Information System (GIS); technical data management; document control; data handover strategy; and cyber security for business systems.
He is a Chartered Engineer – prior to joining Crossrail he was Rail Director for a major global consultancy working on many UK and international rail projects. He has worked on rail and infrastructure projects around the world, spending 10 years in Hong Kong working on major road and rail infrastructure design and construction across the Far East.