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    Scandinavian Rail Development 2013 - Eskil Sellgren Scandinavian Rail Development 2013 - Eskil Sellgren Presentation Transcript

    • THE STOCKHOLM CITYLINE PROJECTA Consultant’s PerspectiveEskil SellgrenInternational Rail Director
    • WE AREWSP + GENIVARTOGETHER WE HAVE BECOMEONE OF THE WORLD’S LEADINGPROFESSIONAL SERVICES FIRMS.
    • KEY FACTSWSP + GENIVARWE PROVIDE SERVICESTO TRANSFORM THE BUILTENVIRONMENT AND $1.02 BN $109 M 15,000 REVENUE EBITDA EMPLOYEESENHANCE THE NATURAL 2012 2012 WORLDWIDEENVIRONMENT.
    • REVENUE SPLIT BY SEGMENTWHAT WE DOWSP + GENIVAR 3 1 2 1. PROPERTY………….. £467m 2. TRANSPORTATION & INFRASTRUCTURE. £365m 3. INDUSTRY, ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT…... £308mWE PLAN, DESIGN, ENGINEERAND MANAGE PROPERTY,TRANSPORT, INFRASTRUCTURE,INDUSTRIAL, ENVIRONMENTALAND ENERGY PROJECTS.
    • REVENUE SPLIT BY GEOGRAPHYWHERE WE DO ITWSP + GENIVAR 5 4 1 3 2 1. CANADA………………….. £388m 2. MAINLAND EUROPE…… £285m 3. UK…………………………. £217m 4. USA……………………….. £103m 5. REST OF WORLD………. £148mWE HAVE ONE OF THE WIDESTGEOGRAPHICAL SPREADS INTHE INDUSTRY WITH AGLOBAL PRESENCE THAT ISSTRONGER THAN EVER.
    • BIGGER,BETTER, SMARTER +300 offices on everyWSP + GENIVAR OFFICES WORLDWIDE continent 5000 2400 3400 1000 600 1100 550 35 COUNTRIES 500
    • OUR EXPERTISEWSP + GENIVAR ACTIVE IN 5 MARKET SEGMENTSBUILDINGS TRANSPORTATION INDUSTRIAL & INFRASTRUCTURE ENVIRONMENT ENERGYEducation Roads & Highways Mining Land Development Site remediationSports & Cultural Transit Oil & Gas Linear Infrastructure Impact AssessmentsHospitality & Leisure Rail Pulp & Paper Water Supply PermittingCommercial Aviation Pharmaceutical Water Treatment EH&S Compliance Ports Landfill Sites Sustainability StrategiesGovernment Agrifood Bridges Waste Management Air QualityHealthcare Hydroelectricity Public Utilities Planning & EcologyResidential Wind Communication and AcousticsRetail Solar Technology Risk ManagementIndustrial Thermal Marine & Coastal Energy ManagementTerminals Transaction SupportHigh Rise
    • WSP RAIL CAPABILITY• Safety • Permanent Way• Risk & Reliability • Stations, Depots, Freight Terminal &• Transport Planning/Operation Planning Equipment• Transport & Works Order • Mechanical & Electrical Systems• Environmental Matters & Management • Plant & Equipment• Public Enquiry • Buildings Structural / M & E Engineering• Town & Country Planning • Fire Engineering• Railway System Integration & Modelling • Cost & Commercial Management• Strategic & Investment planning • Planning Supervision• Project Management • Disability & Discrimination Acts Audit• Signalling & Train Control Systems • Supervision of Contractors• Telecommunications • IT & Virtual Solution• Customer Information Systems • Rail Asset Management• Track Power Supply & Control Systems • Property / Asset Help Desk Management• Civil and Structural Engineering • Sustainability Advice• Geotechnical Engineering • Tunnelling (Rock)
    • UK: Crossrail: Bond Street Station2009 – 2012 | Scheme Value: €18.1bn | Project Value: €500m | CLRLStation designer for this key part of Crossrail, Europe’s largest construction project.Services include managing the capital and life cycle costs and interface with theUnderground, other Crossrail tunnels and with above-ground development construction.
    • UK: Thameslink, London Bridge Station2011 – 2012 | Project Value: €625m | Network RailAt the hub of the €6.8bn Thameslink Project, WSP are developing a world class designto incorporate increased track capacity from 6 to 9 through platforms whilst keeping thestation operating safely and with minimum disruption
    • UK: Victoria Station Redevelopment2008 – 2010 | Project Value: €30m | May Gurney / Network RailWSP were commissioned by May Gurney to provide full design services to refurbishthe twin barrelled arch roof and concourse area roof of this busy Grade 2 listed station.
    • UK: Paddington Station Span 4 Roof2007 – 2008 | Project Value: €55m | Network Rail2009 – 2011 | Morgan Sindell – Construction PhaseRenewal of structures and platforms associated with the Grade I Listed station. Thevast multidisciplinary project involved the production of 27 different reports, all broughttogether in one final feasibility report. Later appointed consultant to the Design & Build.
    • UK: Reading Station2009 | Project Value: €110m | Corus/Grimshaw – Network RailWSP is part of the Corus/Grimshaw Team on this GRIP Stage 4 commission fromNetwork Rail. This project is part of the €530m upgrade of Reading Station and itssurrounding area and entails the upgrade of Reading Station with 5 new platforms,Station Entrances, Platform Canopies and a 100m length x 30m width Transfer Deck.
    • UK: Edinburgh Waverley2009 – 2011 | Network RailRefurbishment of station concourse, platforms and main building exterior, improvingfacilities for passengers.WSP worked closely with the principal contractor and client to deliver a solution tomodernise the station, whilst maintaining the Victorian features.
    • SWEDEN: City Line, Stockholm2007 – 2017 | Project Value: €2.0bn | Swedish Transport AdministrationThe City Line is Stockholm’s largest construction project involving the Drilling and SafeBlasting of a 6 km rail tunnel under central Stockholm to relieve rail traffic in the citycentre and increase capacity. WSP provided Pre-Feasibility Studies, Feasibility Studies,Preliminary and Detailed Design.
    • SWEDEN: Bothnia LineCompleted: 2010 | Project Value: €1.8bn | Swedish Transport AdministrationOne of the largest railway projects of modern times in Sweden. 190 km long, with140 bridges and 25 km of tunnels. WSP provided Pre-Feasibility Studies, FeasibilityStudies, Preliminary and Detailed Design as well as Construction Documents.
    • SWEDEN: Malar Line2008 - 2018 | Project Value: €1.8bn | Swedish Transport AdministrationThe Malar Line, section Tomteboda - Kallhall is a high-traffic line, with a major lack ofcapacity and quality problems in the form of poor punctuality. The scope of servicesincludes p-way design, geotechnics, rock mechanics, geohydrology, road design, costestimates, architecture, landscape architecture, traffic, EIA, GIS and virtual reality.
    • SWEDEN: West Link, Gothenburg2004 – 2028 | Project Value: €2.3bn | Swedish Transport AdministrationThe West Link is an 8 km long double track railway, including a 6 km railway tunnel,through the city centre of Gothenburg. The West Link will increase accessibility to the citywith three new underground stations.
    • SWEDEN: Cross Link, Stockholm2007 – 2017 | Project Value: €2.0bn | Stockholm Local TransportCross Link is a light rail that connects bus, underground and commuter rail lines aroundcentral Stockholm. The line is 18km long and has 25 train stops.
    • SWEDEN: Tramway City, Stockholm2010 – 2015 | Project Value: €500m | Stockholm Local TransportThe Tramway City is a 15km long tramway in the city centre of Stockholm.
    • NORWAY: High Speed Rail2010 - 2011 | Norwegian National Rail Administration (Jernbaneverket)UK / Sweden & Multiconsult in collaboration within integrated team offering a uniqueblend of British and European design experience.
    • CITY LINESTOCKHOLM
    • STATION CITY
    • STATION CITY
    • The Central StationSTATION CITY
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    • CHALLENGES Huge station underground Difficult geological conditions Zones of poor rock quality Sensitive ground water conditions Foundation of existing buildings Crossing of three underground lines Logistics in the city centre Environmental impacts Risk & Safety Cost
    • WSP ASSIGNMENTS Pre-feasibility Study Feasibility Study Preliminary Design − P-way, Structural Design, Rock Mechanics, Geotechnics, Canalizations, Water & Sewage, M&E, Risk & Safety etc Detailed Design and Construction Documents − Station Architecture, Structural Design, Rock Mechanics, Geotechnics, M&E, Risk & Safety, Environmental, Water & Sewerage etc Partnering WSP – NCC – Swedish Transport Administration
    • THE BASIC IDEA OF PARTNERING Based on shared values and objectives creates client, contractor and the designer an integrated project organization with clear incentives for all parties. If the targets are met, a win-win situation is achieved for everyone. The project may be a creative environment with constant information and knowledge exchange, leading to a more efficient design and construction. The end product has a higher quality at a lower total cost.
    • DEVELOPMENT OF THE INDUSTRY The constant information and knowledge exchange, leads to commitment and a learning environment in which all parties to develop and improve. The common aim is always to make things "more efficient". This leads to the development of industry and gaining respect / trust in society and future generations of society developers.
    • DESIGN IN COLLABORATION In partnering, the contractor actively participate in the designers work to create construction documents for the selection of the design methods and technical solutions as well as review and comment on the documents. This gives the contractor early a good understanding of the site and the ability to add a "production thinking" in the design.
    • WHY PARTNERING IN THE CITY LINE PROJECT? Complex layout Complex connections with the underground lines User impact, noise, vibration, shutdowns Hotel Existing tunnels for cables and water & sewerage Cultural interests Overall, a very large risk exposure
    • WHY PARTNERING IN THE CITY LINE PROJECT? (cont.) The preliminary design was performed by three different consultant companies with varying degree of completion. The conditions for the contract were not clear and contained numerous uncertainties and inherent risks Unclear requirements made ​it difficult to design rigorous and consistent construction documents In order to balance project risks and keep the option to continue optimization and still obtain competitive tenders, the partnering model is a prerequisite.
    • BENEFITS OF PARTNERING Early start of construction of large complex projects with built-in risks or uncertainties Possible to process / optimize / streamline during construction Learning and development process All three parties feel a shared responsibility for the construction documents
    • DESIGNING FOR A MORE EFFICIENT PRODUCTIONIN THE CITY LINE PROJECTSuccess factors: Important to man with the right resources. The whole concept of partnering is based on mutual trust. If we don’t have trust, the cooperation will be difficult. The client must have a competent design manager with mandate to make decisions and has experiences from production. Good and clear communication with the audit organization and supervisory parties. The contractors design developer must have experience in both design and construction. If the planning and production are carried out in parallel, careful attention should be paid coordinated delivery and production schedules.
    • DESIGNING FOR A MORE EFFICIENT PRODUCTION INTHE CITY LINE PROJECTContinued ..... Success Factors: Construction documents, which only present requirements and / or clarify the requirements in relation to the recommendations. Transparency and teamwork between the parties is of utmost importance. Individuals who can not make it, must be replaced. Informality in collaborative problem solving. Hard to call, but important to get an optimal technical solution. Co-location simplifies the daily information and knowledge exchange. The extent of this co-location will be dependent on the type of project. Useful tools were developed and established, e.g. drainage strategy, grouting strategy and intrusion
    • DESIGNING FOR A MORE EFFICIENT PRODUCTION INTHE CITY LINE PROJECTContinued ..... Success Factors: Surrender meetings, where the designer presents the documents and clarify the essential requirements and risks. Adding a lot of energy on communicating the message of collaboration in the mission early in the project. The management of the assignment and the Project management must accept the interaction message to 100%. Collaboration efforts must support the need for production planning must be gradually revised. Designing has been conducted according to the “Observation method” EN 1997-1 (Eurocode 7). This approach provides maximum leverage in this approach "design in collaboration“.
    • HOW TO ENSURING IN CLASS DELIVERY OF RAILINFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS? TRUST To build Trust with all parties who deliver the services PRIDE & PASSION To encourage Pride in the organization, the work and demonstrate the Passion for constant improvement SUPPORT & SHARINGTo Support each other and Sharing knowledge in order to constantly increase the ability to provide the customer with the optimum solution SUSTAINIBILITY To ensure that Sustainability is built into everything, we do through our long-term commitment to reducing the impact of our business on the environment INNOVATIONTo remain at the forefront of technical Innovation whilst delivering solutions, which give the clients commercial advantage
    • Our vision is to be the outstanding supplier of specialist and integrated services in the built and natural environment. THANK YOU!