In order to help guide upcoming construction and infrastructure projects, it is really important to share knowledge and lessons learnt from previous projects, using and improving the processes used and enabling them to run as efficiently and effectively as possible.
To inform future infrastructure and rail projects, such as Crossrail 2 and HS2, Crossrail launched a Learning Legacy project. Its aim was to provide information such as technical papers and case studies which covered a wide range of infrastructure-related topics. Following on from our involvement in providing detailed noise and vibration services to Crossrail contractors, Anderson Acoustics was invited to provide our input into how the Section 61 process could be improved.
We are very proud of our contribution and it was valuable being involved, both for our own learning, but also as part of a wider retrospective, which will hopefully benefit many large-scale future construction projects.
Members of our team co-authored the following publication: