Many individuals contributed to the success of this project and the authors would like to acknowledge the project client Crossrail, the permanent works designer for the main shaft Mott Macdonald, the main contractor Dragados Sisk Joint Venture, the temporary works designer OTB Engineering and the dewatering subcontractor WJ Groundwater Ltd.
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