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Deep pile foundation interceptions in tunnelling at bank station
12 October, 2017
This article is a reproduction of Omar Mohammed’s Harding Prize winning paper. The original can be found on the BTS website

Eyes on the prize
12 October, 2017
The BTS Harding Prize recognises outstanding performance in the tunnelling industry by young engineers under the age of 33. Sally Spencer spoke to this year’s winner, Transport for London’s Omar Mohammed

Andean Potential
06 September, 2017
From hydropower and metro systems to mining and road tunnels, Chile’s tunnelling market remains buoyant and some major projects are on the horizon

New Hochtief UK managing director
21 August, 2017
United Kingdom - Lawrence Jackson has been appointed as Managing Director of Hochtief (UK) Construction after former Managing Director, Sally Cox, stepped down.

Silvertown shortlist announced
22 March, 2017
Great Britain – Transport for London (TfL) has announced the three companies who have been shortlisted to design, finance, build and maintain the Silvertown Tunnel – a new twin-bore road tunnel proposed for east London.

Going Live
30 January, 2017
Tunnellers must advance through a ring of frozen ground protecting a live railway in order to build the Rastatt Tunnel and create vital new capacity along this crucial European transport corridor

Court rules against Glendoe client
13 January, 2017
Great Britain – A court has issued its ruling on the Glendoe collapse, finding in favour of contractor Hochtief at the expense of client Scottish & Southern Energy (SSE). The decision was given on 21 December and denied SSE a GBP 130M (USD 160M in Jan 2017) damages claim against Hochtief. The contractor will however have to pay low availability damages of GBP 1M (USD 1.24M in Jan 2017) for not completing the remedial work.