Efficient and cost-effective rail solutions are the lifeblood of all our major cities. As cities grow, so too does their demand for well organised and effectively delivered transport solutions. New transport options compete with the need for continual investment in existing rail infrastructure for limited public funds to assist in growing economies all over the world. LogiKal have a long and distinguished track record in working with public and private sector clients to help plan, deliver and successfully manage the time and cost risks associated with delivering within difficult urban environments so our cities and economies can grow and expand.
Planning and managing the immense Project Control and political risks associated with delivering these complex projects is a core service offering of LogiKal to our rail clients. From inner city light rail networks, complex cross city tunnelling projects, High Speed rail or intercity freight, LogiKal has successfully delivered time and cost assurance to our clients all over the world. Our specialist Project Controls expertise and global reach enable us to deliver high-quality time, cost and risk management solutions for our clients that pave the way for long-lasting benefits to the societies where we chose to live and work.
From High Speed Rail 1 and 2 in the United Kingdom, to Cross Rail and the New East London Line, LogiKal has been a key player in successfully delivering key economy growing mega projects for over 15 years. More recently we have worked with Australia’s major mining houses in delivering ‘pit to port’ rail solutions that have considerably reduced the cost of production and added billions to the Australian Economy. LogiKal are currently working on some of the most complex and challenging inner-city transport projects in Australia such as Sydney Light Rail, Sydney Metro, Perth’s new Airport Link and Melbourne’s level crossing renewal project. By establishing or holding key roles within the delivery Project Management Office’s (PMO’s) of these major city changing investments LogiKal have been able to mitigate the delivery risks associated with these mega projects.
Like to know more about what LogiKal has achieved for clients on some of the most complex rail projects in the world? Check out some of our case studies and then give your local LogiKal office a call and we would be happy to put you in contact with one of our Rail Sector specialists to share some of the lessons (‘the good, the bad and the ugly’) we have learnt in successfully managing some of the world’s most complex rail infrastructure projects.
Sector Lead: Bryn Lockett
As CEO and Co-Founder, Bryn delivers considerable experience in industry and consulting roles across large Infrastructure, Civil Rail, Resource, and Multi-Disciplinary Projects. Specialising in programme expedition, schedule development and management, earned value management, forensic planning, and the efficient use and refinement of reporting tools, systems and databases, his drive to consistently deliver the best advice, develop best practices and contribute to the smooth running of all operations he lends himself to, is quite extraordinary, marking him as an innovator in pursuit of constant Project Controls development.
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Crossrail - Training & Capability
LogiKal were asked to run a capability enhancement program to improve project controls for the Crossrail Delivery Team.
Gospel Oak to Barking Electrification
LogiKal was engaged by the Tier 1 Contractor to establish and operate a small PMO, with a strong focus on planning, control and reporting.
Perth Transport Authority
LogiKal was initially engaged to support Perth Transport Authority on the Forrestfield Airport Link project in an Advisory capacity during the Transaction phase.
High Speed 2
LogiKal was engaged to develop a Management Information Systems blueprint to improve information flow and decision making across the High Speed 2 program.
Crossrail - Advisory
LogiKal was commissioned Crossrail to assist with establishing the requirements for integration between Program Management and Financial processes.