A methodology is developed to help our clients successfully manage their complex railway programmes within the context of a fragmented rail industry.
Demand for construction planning and VDC is growing, especially at the early design stage of large and complicated rail infrastructure projects.
The upgrade of a bridge that carries four railway lines over a busy roadway requires innovative design and construction to minimize track possession times.
BRT is expanding as a global transportation strategy. Project sponsors and planners will benefit from the early efforts in multi-jurisdictional engagement presented here.
Building over rail infrastructure and terminus stations is helping to relieve the pressure of increasing city density in London.
Case studies to identify/evaluate sustainable design measures for two light rail extension projects are presented and how they contribute to resilience.
This resilience planning approach incorporates engineering expertise at the beginning of the urban planning process, with examples from NYC projects.
CFD analysis was used to determine emergency ventilation requirements for 2 new LRT stations and connecting tunnels in the event of a train fire.
An upgrade of an LRT bridge-tunnel was designed for typhoon conditions, with fire life safety provisions to ensure safe evacuation of the tunnel.
Analytical tools and steps to screen and prioritize BRT corridors can also be used on urban rail projects or projects involving a combination of modes.