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King to deliver Harding Memorial Lecture
26 October, 2022
This year’s British Tunnelling Society Harding Memorial Lecture 2022 will be given by Mike King from MK Tunnelling Ltd.
ITA leadership elections
11 October, 2022
Prof Arnold Dix has been elected President of the International Tunnelling and Underground Space Association (ITA-AITES). He plans to catalyse initiatives in measurement tools and contracts to help the tunnelling industry move forward on sustainability. The election took place at the World Tunnel Congress (WTC) in Copenhagen in early September.
Harding Prize yields another young worthy winner
16 April, 2021
Presentations from three promising young tunnel engineers kept an audience fascinated for the best part of two hours yesterday evening during the online Harding Prize final organised by the British Tunnelling Society Young Members (BTSYM). So, the winner of the 2021 Harding Prize is…
Bob Ibell awarded BTS James Clark Medal
23 March, 2021
Robert Ibell, co-founder and director of London Bridge Associates, has been awarded the British Tunnelling Society (BTS) James Clark Medal for 2021.
Hudson Tunnel is repairable even before building a new one says LBA
26 November, 2020
A report drawn up by UK-based tunnel consultant London Bridge Associates (LBA) claims that the ailing 110-year old Hudson Tunnel can be repaired without having to wait for the construction of a new tunnel.
New BTS report identifies hyperloop challenges
18 August, 2020
A newly-published report, commissioned by the British Tunnelling Society (BTS), looks at and defines how the UK tunnel sector can meet the near sci-fi challenges posed by hyperloop and other transformative transport systems.
Hyperloop Challenge taken up in Britain
21 January, 2019
Great Britain – The British Tunnelling Society (BTS) has formed a task force to take on the Hyperloop Challenge. Hyperloop is a rapid transit concept that involves propelling pressurised capsules down reduced-pressure tubes across great distances at enormous speeds. The challenge is to demonstrate a means to reduce the cost of tunnelling by a factor of ten or more, and so make the Hyperloop concept viable.
First female Harding Prize winner
30 April, 2018
Great Britain – After 32 years the Harding prize has been awarded to a female young tunneller. “I am also proud to be the first woman to win since 1986, which is actually the year I was born,” said Leah Jacobs, who works for London Bridge Associates. Jacobs won the competition bringing her paper on “Changing the safety Culture” based on her contribution to the Waterview Connection project in New Zealand.
New president for Institute of Fire Safety Managers
03 November, 2016
Great Britain - Fire safety consultant Graham Green is the new president of the Institute of Fire Safety Managers (IFSM). The appointment was made at the annual Fire Sector Summit held at the Royal Academy of Surgeons in London.
Cowi’s UK businesses unite under parent brand
10 October, 2016
Great Britain - Flint & Neil and Donaldson Associates will rebrand as Cowi, the Danish company announced. The change will come into effect on 1 January 2017.
Young tunnellers at forefront of achievement awards
15 April, 2015
GREAT BRITAIN – Two past chairs of the British Tunnelling Society Young Members (BTSYM) have been shortlisted for the Asian Women of Achievement Awards. Joanne Sui and Anita Wu, both of London Bridge Associates have been nominated for the awards, which were launched over 15 years ago to celebrate the achievements of successful Asian women in British society.
T&T Awards 2011 results
15 December, 2011
London’s VSU project moves closer
30 January, 2009