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Dee McGinn

Senior Project Manager

Current responsibilities
Dee McGinn was appointed as a Project Manager for London Underground’s Four Lines Modernisation (4LM) Programme in June 2014.

The 4LM programme is one of the most complex signalling upgrades in the world, and will deliver a new modern train control system for the District, Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City lines. This system will allow more trains to run more frequently on these lines to help support London's growing population, which is expected to increase by 1.4 million people by 2030.

Dee leads a large multidisciplinary team to deliver the complex ATC Train Fitment programme which will seamlessly integrate this new modern signalling control system onto London Underground’s S-Stock train fleet.

Past experience

Prior to her current role, Dee has delivered a number of Signalling and Infrastructure projects at London Underground. Most recently, she delivered London Underground’s first ever trial of radio based train control technology on behalf of London Underground’s Engineering Director, in support of the organisation’s World Class Railway vision.

Dee studied Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Queens University Belfast, graduating in 2004, and in 2015 completed MSc in Engineering Management at Brunel University London. Dee joined London Underground in 2006 as a graduate engineer, and gained some valuable experience in Asset Management prior to joining the Capital Programmes Directorate in 2010.