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Catch up on Crossrail
22 September, 2010
As contractors await the award of the two main tunnelling contracts for the GBP 15.9bn (USD 24.5bn) mega project, work on the stations is gathering pace. Bernadette Redfern gives this report

Britain’s got tunnels
15 September, 2010
With water projects underway, the industry has Crossrail on the brain and for good reason, it sets the tone for the future of tunnelling in the UK, reports Nicole Robinson

Measuring up the Middle East
14 July, 2010
Metro schemes, roads and sewer projects are expected to boost to the tunnelling sector in the Middle East and North Africa with Egypt and the UAE leading the way reports Bernadette Redfern

Excavating Cairo’s Metro Line 3
08 July, 2010
Cairo's rapidly growing population will have its transport problems eased by a new line for its metro system, reports Adrian Greeman

Hallandsas first drive approaches end
02 June, 2010
Construction of the Hallandsas railway tunnels in western Sweden has often been described as the most difficult tunnelling project in the world. Many readers would probably want to argue that point but there is no disputing how tricky it has been over the 18 years since construction began. Now, however the Vinci-Skanska contracting joint venture is making steady progress. Maurice Jones reports

Danish dash
18 May, 2010
More metro for Copenhagen and a possible undersea link to Germany are the new major plans involving tunnels in Denmark. Report by Patrick Reynolds