We have gained a lot of experience from the Jubilee Line Extension in the UK, and so we are able to offer that here in the GCC region as well.
What does JLE stand for?
JLE stands for Jubilee Line Extension (London Underground)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of JLE
We have 13 other meanings of JLE in our Acronym Attic
- Junior League of Durham and Orange Counties (North Carolina)
- Jammer Location Electronics
- Japan Institute of Energy
- Japan Luggage Express (shipping)
- Japanese Language Environment
- Jessica Lurie Ensemble
- Jewish Learning Exchange
- Journal of Law and Economics (est. 1958; University of Chicago Press; Chicago, IL)
- Journal of Law and Equality
- Journal of Lutheran Ethics
- Jump If Less Than or Equal to
- Junior League of Edmonton
- Junior League of Erie
- Junior League of Evansville
- Justice League Elite (forum)
- Justice League Europe
- Junior League of Evanston-North Shore
- Joint Legislative Ethics Committee
- Junior League of the Emerald Coast, Inc.
- Japan LED (Light Emitting Diode) Association (est. 2004)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Mr Drakeford said the London Underground Jubilee Line extension from Green Park to Stratford is estimated to have raised property values by pounds 10bn.
Mr Cameron pointed to the success of other controversial transport schemes - the Jubilee Line extension, in London, and the M40 to Oxford - which had outweighed predictions before they were built.
1901992500 The royal palace, abbey and town of Westminster on Thorney Island; archaeological excavations (1991-1998) for the London Underground Limited Jubilee Line extension project.
A good recent example is the Jubilee Line extension fraud case which collapsed after two years at a cost to the taxpayer of pounds 60m.
Apart from the Ministry of Defence, there is Portcullis House, that awful concrete block attached to Westminster, at a cost of pounds 250million, and the Jubilee Line extension at pounds 650million.
Past winners of the competition include The Lowry Centre at Salford and London's Jubilee Line extension underground stations.
Buildings designed by Alsop include North Greenwich station on the Jubilee Line extension, the Earth Centre in Yorkshire and a media centre and library in Peckham which won the prestigious Royal Institute of British Architects Stirling Prize in 2000.