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First TBM breakthrough in Lucknow
Wednesday, October 11, 2017 India - Crews celebrated breakthrough on the first TBM-driven tunnels in the capital of Uttar Pradesh. A Gulermak-Tata Projects JV was the contractor for the project, which is part of the 22,88km Phase 1A of the Lucknow Metro North-South Line.
Two more TBMs for Mumbai Line Three
Tuesday, September 26, 2017 India - The first of two slurry machines destined for the UGC03 contract of Mumbai Metro Line Three underwent factory acceptance in September.
Four groups in contest for Zojila Tunnel
Friday, June 16, 2017 India - Local media has reported that four teams are in the running for the Zojila Tunnel contract in Jammu & Kashmir, northern India. These are: a JV of Reliance Infrastructure and Dogus Construction; Larsen and Toubro; IL&FS Engineering and Construction; Jaiprakash Power Ventures
Thai river diversion scheme accepts TBMs
Friday, May 05, 2017 Thailand – April saw factory acceptance for the two 5.7m-diameter Terratec EPBMs that will bore the Bueng Nong Bon to Chao Phraya River Diversion Tunnel Project in Bangkok. These will be the newly-branded ‘Terratec Tight Radius Shields’ alluded to in a previous news article.
TBMs ready for Lucknow Metro project
Thursday, November 03, 2016 India - The TBMs set to bore the Lucknow Metro are in transit. The two 6.52m-diameter Terratec EPBMs will bore the city’s Phase 1A north-south line. The project consists of twin 1,812m-long tunnels. The TBMs will be launched and received at ramps.
Unusual articulation for Phra Khanong project
Wednesday, October 05, 2016 Thailand - The TBM set to bore the Khanong cable tunnel project in Bangkok was accepted at the Terratec factory in late September. The client, Bangkok’s Metropolitan Electricity Authority (MEA) and local contractor Nawarat Patanakarn attended the event.
Bodies recovered from MWSS tunnel project
Thursday, September 29, 2016 Philippines - Last month rescuers recovered the bodies of six workers killed on the Sumag River Diversion project. All six worked for contractor Cav Deal.
John Holland opens new office
Thursday, June 09, 2016 SINGAPORE – John Holland has opened a new South East Asia office in Singapore. The company’s regional general manager for South East Asia, John Anderson, said that the region had a promising pipeline of work and excellent potential for growth.
John Holland to construct Siglap Station
Wednesday, March 23, 2016 SINGAPORE – A John Holland – Zhen Hua joint venture will construct Siglap Station on the Thomson – East Coast Line (TEL). The contract, T309, for the two level underground station was valued at SGD 176M (USD 128.8M).
LTA issues Cross Island Line EIA results
Monday, February 15, 2016 SINGAPORE – The Environmental Impact Assessment for the stretch of Cross Island Line around the Central Catchment Nature Reserve has been issued. It concluded that the proposed site investigation works would cause ‘moderate impact’ on the few parts of the reserve where works are to take place.
LTA awards three TEL station contracts
Monday, February 01, 2016 SINGAPORE – The Land Transport Authority (LTA) has awarded three station contracts for the Thomson-East Coast Line (TEL). The contracts, worth a total of about USD 663.5M cover works for the Tanjong Rhu, Katong Park and Marine Terrace stations.
Terratec announces MTBM factory acceptance
Friday, January 29, 2016 THAILAND – Contractor Italian-Thai Development has accepted two MTBM systems. Manufactured by Terratec, the machines will be put to work on the MRTA Green Line (North) project. The MTBMs are made for jacking standard Concrete Pipes of either I.D. 1,500mm or 1,800mm, with 3,000mm length. Contractor.
Fourteen rescued after 131 hours underground
Monday, July 21, 2014 Fourteen workers were rescued from a railway tunnel collapse in southwest China's Yunnan Province in the early hours of Sunday 20 July after more than five days trapped underground, Xinhua News Agency reported.
French firm wins contract to design Jeddah Metro
Monday, July 21, 2014 The Saudi government has signed a SAR 276 million project with a French firm to provide preliminary engineering designs for its public transport metro project in Jeddah.
Tunnel highway project in quandary
Monday, July 21, 2014 The Nepali government on 12 July asked Nepal Purwadhar Bikas Company Limited (NPBCL), the developer of Kathmandu-Hetauda Tunnel Highway, to provide the details of latter’s funding plan within two weeks.
Nanjing opens two lines
Monday, July 21, 2014 Nanjing Metro Line 10 and suburban line S1 to the airport in the capital of Jiangsu province in Eastern China opened on 1 July 2014.
Monas underground parking lot construction to begin next year
Monday, July 21, 2014 Jakarta City Administration plans to utilise the National Monument's (Monas) underground space in the immediate future.
Railway project gathers steam
Monday, July 21, 2014 Significant progress has been made on the Lusail Light Rail Transit (LRT) project as over 7km of tunnel construction and main civil works for seven underground stations have been achieved, according to senior Qatar Rail officials.
Makkah Metro deal expected in October
Monday, July 21, 2014 Saudi Arabia has asked 10 of 16 international consortia to submit their bids for the multi-billion dollar Makkah Metro project and the contract will be signed in early October, according to the city’s mayor.
Metro bus project calls for building tunnel in twin cities
Tuesday, July 08, 2014 A seven-storey metro bus terminal would be built near Flashman Hotel in Sadar, Rawalpindi, Pakistan, in respect of the Rawalpindi-Islamabad metro bus project, according to local media reports 4 July.

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