Luke Bramwell

Luke Bramwell

Senior Engineer Crossrail 2

Luke is a Chartered Civil Engineer at Transport for London. He began his career with London Underground where his experiences ranged from infrastructure protection to maintenance and major projects – via experimental green roofs on depots, underground wireless sensor networks, and finding out why slurry from the River Thames was entering the tunnels below. For the last 5 years he has worked exclusively on the planning for the Crossrail 2 megaproject. His responsibilities have varied in scale from selection of individual shaft sites to wholesale route optioneering for business case submissions to UK Government and the UK's National Infrastructure Commission. His current role is to guide and direct the design of four major new underground stations. Luke will focus on the compelling case for Crossrail 2 and the vast opportunities that this metro-mainline hybrid presents for London, the southeast of England and indeed the whole of the UK – alongside the engineering challenges of realising such a transformative scheme.
 
 

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Friday 12/04/2019

From 13:15 To 13:40

04/12/2019 13:15 04/12/2019 13:40 London's Crossrail 2 - the Opportunity and the Challenge Crossrail 2 is a suggested railway route operating from nine stations in Surrey, Southeastern England to three stations in Hertfordshire and providing a new railway connection between the north and the south in London. It connects the Southwestern Main Line to the Western Anglia Main Line through Victoria and King’s Cross St Pancras.
 
Conference Station, Hall B

Conference Station, Hall B

"London's Crossrail 2 - the Opportunity and the Challenge "

Luke Bramwell
Time and date

Friday 12/04/2019

From 13:15 To 13:40

04/12/2019 13:15 04/12/2019 13:40 London's Crossrail 2 - the Opportunity and the Challenge Crossrail 2 is a suggested railway route operating from nine stations in Surrey, Southeastern England to three stations in Hertfordshire and providing a new railway connection between the north and the south in London. It connects the Southwestern Main Line to the Western Anglia Main Line through Victoria and King’s Cross St Pancras.
 
Conference Station, Hall B
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Conference Station, Hall B

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