It is the the fourth central London station to be transferred ahead of trial running beginning later this year.
Works involved the delivery of a 276-metre-long underground station with Balfour Beatty Ground Engineering providing the associated diaphragm walls and bearing piles.
Balfour Beatty was also responsible for installing Mechanical and Electrical plant at two portals as well as station operations rooms where the Elizabeth line trains will surface from either end of the Thames Tunnel at North Woolwich and Plumstead.
Andy Lambden, Balfour Beatty Project Director, said: “This is an incredible milestone for both Balfour Beatty and Crossrail – one that signifies another step towards the official opening of the long-awaited, iconic, Elizabeth Line.
“We are delighted to have safely and successfully delivered a station which will transform travel across south east London, whilst also supporting economic growth in the area through new employment and business opportunities.”
Mark Wild, Crossrail Chief Executive, said: “Woolwich is a beautiful station, surrounded by history which has been brilliantly captured by all those working on the station build. I am proud of everyone who has worked so hard to get this magnificent new railway station over the line.”