Project Engineer - Design (PE-Ds)
The PE-D shall undertake the role set out in in NR/L2/RSE/02009 issue 7. The PE-D shall be nominated to the programme, and each PE-D will be allocated responsibility for specific deliverables or packages of design work.
PE-D responsibilities are (but not limited) to:
- Agree the design deliverables to be produced at each Plan of Works Stages by the CRE-D.
- Review the programme requirements from the CRE-D.
- Raise and manage the approval of any deviations from standards or non-compliances to requirements.
- Undertake technical acceptance of design deliverables as defined within the discipline specific Network Rail standards.
- Complete DRNs for discipline based technical acceptance for DPE approval.
- Answer TQs/RFIs from the design team and to coordinate a response to TQs/RFIs raised by the construction team to the design team.
- Support the DPE in resolving technical issues and challenges through production of project advice notices, engineering notices and technical papers.
- Carry out assurance activities as directed by the DPE.
- Ensure the programme systems such as ProjectWise and ComplyPro are being used correctly and are being kept up to date.
- Attend and contribute to Design Reviews and IDC/IDRs
- Collate design assurance evidence as applicable to discipline standards, using the programme processes.
- Support the PPM and the DPE in the collation of Works Information Packs through interfacing with the CRE-D and CRE-C.
- Review and incorporate CSM hazard mitigations and Safety Requirements (from ComplyPro) into design.
- Clarify and incorporate Interoperable (NTSN) design requirements into designs.
- Support the CRE-D with NTSN compliance statement and evidence development.
- Support the Requirements team in ensuring the requirements management plan is met.
- Clarify and incorporate CDM hazard mitigation/control requirement (from ComplyPro) into designs, ensuring that the design team keep the Hazard Log up to date at all times.
- Track and resolve parallel design interfaces and risks.
- Support the CRE-D with uploading design evidence into ProjectWise and ComplyPro and link it to the relevant requirements via the V&V module.
In addition, the below summarises some additional suggestions for the level of experience that would be helpful in the
- PE Civils Package 6 Requirements - Technical
- Knowledgeable and experienced in working on large railway multidisciplinary Projects
- Familiar with NR and RSSB Standards and NR Processes for Projects
- Appreciation of Railway Systems disciplines and their interfaces
- Appreciation of Railway Operations and their interfaces
- Understand relationship between Civils Assets and track with respect to gauging and clearances and PTI interfaces
- Understand the requirements for Level Boarding and PRM requirements
- Coordinate and integrate track and Platform Designs
- Experience in different types of platform construction
- Experience in Design Optimisation
- Appreciation of Structural Assessments
- Appreciation of railway drainage
- Knowledge of waterproofing of Structures
- Knowledge of Standard Designs
- Knowledge of VE and VM to achieve Design efficiencies
- Knowledge of NTSNs, CSM and Requirements.
- Experience in Design and Construction phases of a Project.
- PE Civils Requirements - Management
- Support the Project to meet its Objectives
- Support PM and Engineering Team including CEM and DPE as required in the Assurance Areas for CVL
- Liaise and provide guidance where necessary to Supply Chain, Designers and IDP to enable Project Objectives, Aims and Programme to be met
- Liaise with Infrastructure Management
- Work collaboratively across the Project
Answer TQs and support production of EWNs.
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