Terry Morgan (right) with Nick Servini
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Crossrail chair Terry Morgan on legacy hopes

The chair of Europe's biggest civil engineering project Terry Morgan has spoken of how he hopes it will have an impact beyond London.

He started his working life as an apprentice in Cwmbran but now heads the £15bn Crossrail project, which will link west and east London by 2018.

He spoke to BBC Wales business correspondent Nick Servini about his background in south Wales - and his hopes the rail project will leave a legacy as big as the London Underground.

The engineer spending £30m a week

  • 06 Feb 2013
  • From the section Wales