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Wisdom of the Faroes
08 July, 2019
As I write, the Tunnels and Tunnelling team is preparing to leave for the Rapid Excavation and Tunnelling Conference in the USA, the world’s richest, and one of its largest countries. It always seems to have a megaproject underway or in the pipeline.

Wayss & Freytag Ingenieurbau/NCC to build West Link's Korsvägen section
02 January, 2018
The Swedish Transport Administration (Trafikverket) has selected Wayss & Freytag Ingenieurbau AG - the German tunnelling specialist of Royal BAM Group nv - in joint venture NCC to build the 3.2km long Korsvägen phase of the West Link tunnel project in Gothenburg, Sweden. The agency made the announcement December 19.

Nordic Neighbors
03 November, 2016
The ITA’s Nordic Forum provides an opportunity for canada and other nations to exchange information. Tunnels & Tunnelling looks at projects underway in the region

Norwegian nous
19 September, 2016
The Norwegian tunnelling sector is seeing many positive trends. According to annual tunnelling statistics there is a steady increase in excavated volume over the last decade. Paola De Pascali reports

Stockholm prepares for tunnelling boom
18 June, 2014
Sweden’s capital city is going underground to improve transport connections to Stockholm meaning that a tunnelling boom is on its way in this part of Scandinavia. Bernadette Ballantyne reports.

Norwegian 4.8km rail tunnel awarded
28 June, 2012
NCC Construction Norway has been awarded a USD 170M contract to build a 4.8km rail tunnel between Larvik and Porsgrunn, about 150km southwest of Oslo. Work is scheduled to start in August 2012 and is expected to be completed in June 2016.

Sweden on song
09 March, 2012
Håkan Stille professor emeritus in soil and rock mechanics at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), digs into what drives the Swedish tunnelling industry

New world's largest for northern Russia
26 December, 2011
Plans were recently announced to utilise the world's largest diameter TBM to bore a highway tunnel under the Rive Neva in St Petersburg, Russia, to alleviate seasonal road and river traffic problems. Mikhail Ryzhevskiy of the project concessionaire, LLC Nevskaya Concession Company, explains the background and plans for the project soon to commence

St Petersburg giant TBM order confirmed
19 August, 2011

Model challenges in Asia
26 June, 2007
Harding Prize runner up Nathan Wilmot, of Arup, describes recent modelling of challenging tunnelling soil-structure interaction problems in Asia

NCCs Norway win
06 September, 2006

Fortunes improving on Parbati hydro
01 January, 2006

Criminal charges sought for collapse
05 May, 2005

NCC wins Swedish highway tunnel
13 April, 2005

NCC for Malmö City Tunnel
10 December, 2004

NCC scoops Malmö tunnel contracts
16 November, 2004

NCC settles out of court in Sweden
01 November, 2004

Herrenknecht holes
01 November, 2004

Solid progress on Sweden's Bothnia Line
01 September, 2004
Sweden's new 190km long high-speed freight and passenger railway, the Bothnia Line, has rapidly progressed since T&T last visited the project in 2002. Assistant editor, Patrick Hudd, caught up with progress when he met with Skanska and NCC crews on the Björnböle and Åsberget tunnels, this June

In the footsteps of Peter the Great
01 May, 2004
In January 2002, T&TI reported on the ambitious plans to reconnect Line 1 of the St Petersburg Metro. Silvano Maccan and Piergiorgio Grasso, of Geodata SpA, Italy, and Nikolai Kulagin and Constantin Bezrodniy, of Lenmetroguiprotrans, Russia, report on the difficult challenges overcome on this project, which is due to see train services recommence in May 2004