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East London Line team unveiled

Balfour Beatty and Carillion this week revealed the three construction bosses heading its joint venture to build the East London Line extension, after the contract was awarded last week.
Former ICE chief executive and Carillion employee Mike Casebourne will be project director, with Balfour Beatty men Adam Stuart and Andy Nettleton as construction director and engineering director respectively.Previously Casebourne was acting as a project director on phase two of the Channel Tunnel Rail Link (CTRL), while Stuart was a project director at Metronet and Nettleton was working on tenders at Balfour Beatty's head office.They will run the main works contract for phase one of the project, worth £363M, after Balfour Beatty/Carillion beat rival consortium E-Link, consisting of Laing O'Rouke, Amec Spie and Vinci to the job (NCE 12 October).

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