Systems Integration

Whether embarking on a new transport scheme or keeping programs on track, Systems Integration (SI) is needed to manage the vast amount of information, the coordination of systems and the stakeholders involved in every effort.



At the beginning of each program, our practitioners partner to build a solid foundation—determine output capability, develop a governance structure to manage the program throughout the SI:D3 process, create a roadmap to success and forge alignment around the strategic plan.



With a plan of action in place, our team then creates a holistic perspective of the system, to inform the process of defining the system—its operations, requirements, scope and design.


The effort now focuses on applying robust systems engineering techniques and leveraging the established management process to meet the agreed strategic goals and deliver the desired outcomes.

Leading with Systems Integration

This article explores the leadership aspects of systems integration (SI) and how SI supports program delivery.

Providing for Safety in Rail Megaprojects

This article explores how to address safety as railway programs become increasingly complex.

Improving the Odds of Program Success: An Adaptive Development Model

This article explores how the application of flexibility principles within a systems integration (SI) framework fosters resilience to the impacts of destabilizing events, preparing programs to respond to uncertainty more effectively.

Visualizing the End Goal in Rail Megaprojects

This article explores the value of using visualizations to create a universal understanding for successful delivery.