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A wealth of talent recognised in rail awards short listings

A wealth of talent recognised in rail awards short listings

Associate Partner Chie Shimizu has been shortlisted for this year’s Women in Rail Award at the Rail Business Awards.  The award recognises her contribution to the continued success of the practice’s rail and infrastructure teams.

Celebrating her 10th anniversary with us in 2017, Chie has been responsible for delivering many of our high profile and prestigious projects, while also establishing our first international office in Kuala Lumpur in 2010. Chie led the multi-disciplinary design team as part of the winning contractor, delivering Malaysia’s MRT system consisting of 31 stations including seven underground stations, and led a 70-strong architectural team.

Chie also led the Outcome Definition Study for Stratford and Elephant & Castle stations which resulted in a nomination for the Collaboration Award in TfL’s 2017 Supplier Awards.

Chie is currently leading the RIBA Stage F Construction package for five Crossrail shafts and head houses, coordinating over 30 different CRL contracts as part of the Tier 1 contractor team.

Also recognised recently are architects Tim Bergin and Ivana Plechacova who have been shortlisted in the Young Professional category of the UK Rail Industry Awards.

Tim is currently working in our Melbourne office on an exciting new transport project; previously he has worked on the design development and delivery stages for Network Rail, London Underground and Crossrail projects. He was also an active member of the winning Dubai 2020 bid team.

Ivana is based in our main London studio at Valentine Place, working on feasibility studies for DLR stations and a modular student housing project.  She is a key member of the studio’s Advanced Computer Group (ACG) and is currently developing parametric modelling software to support the master planning of large developments including infrastructure and transport hubs.

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