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Three teams shortlisted for new BC river crossing
19 October, 2023
Three bid teams have been shortlised for the George Massey Tunnel replacement project in British Columbia.

Cruella de Drill prepares to tunnel in Glasgow
16 October, 2023
A Glasgow schoolgirl has won a competition to name a TBM to be used for Scottish Water’s Glasgow Resilience Project.

NZ rail project "sets new industry benchmarks"
14 September, 2023
New Zealand's City Rail Link (CRL) project has been recognised for its "remarkable" efforts to protect the environment.

Tunnelling reaches halfway mark on Auckland water project
04 September, 2023
Tunnelling on Watercare’s Central Interceptor project in New Zealand has reached the halfway mark.

City Rail Link review reveals NZ’s expertise shortage
30 August, 2023
Auckland’s City Rail Link (CRL) project has exposed New Zealand’s shortage of people skilled in delivering large and complex infrastructure projects.

Geopolymer concrete in tunnelling
24 July, 2023
At the monthly BTS meeting at the Institution of Civil Engineers, in London, in March 2023, John Day, Chief Technical Officer of Wagners EFC Pty Ltd, Charles Allen, Director of OTB Concrete, and Richard Sutherden, Engineering Director with Murphy for the HMJV (Hochtief- Murphy Joint Venture) provided perspectives on the use and future potential of geopolymer concretes, and the Earth Friendly Concrete in particular, in underground applications

Carbon saving push boosts PSCL development
24 July, 2023
Carbon saving is a new boost to further development of Permanent Sprayed Concrete Lining (PSCL), says Benoit de Rivaz, technical director for Bekaert BP Underground Solutions

Packed schedule in Boston
28 June, 2023
TTNA previews the packed program for RETC 2023, in Boston, MA, in June

Probabilistic and AI ground models to predict soil transitions
19 June, 2023
Rajat Gangrade, Senior Tunnelling Engineer in Arup’s San Francisco office, gave an online talk for the BTSYM lecture in February 2022. He presented a methodology for quantitative assessment and probabilistic interpretation of soil transitions and other critical subsurface features important in tunnelling. Here, he provides a summary of his presentation and also a brief update on ongoing research and applications

Mined tunnelling completed on NZ rail project
07 June, 2023
Link Alliance has completed mined tunnelling on Auckland’s City Rail Link (CRL) project.

National Grid completes record pour of cement-free concrete
11 May, 2023
National Grid and its contractor Hochtief-Murphy Joint Venture (HMJV) have completed the world’s largest continuous pour of Earth Friendly Concrete at London Power Tunnels.

Aecom joint venture to provide detailed design for Sydney harbour tunnel
11 May, 2023
An Aecom and Aurecon joint venture is to provide the detailed design for Sydney’s Western Harbour Tunnel.

Requests for Proposals issued for Ontario Line
06 April, 2023
Infrastructure Ontario (IO) and Metrolinx have issued Requests for Proposals for two major works packages for the Ontario Line: Pape Tunnel and underground stations and the elevated guideway and stations contracts.

Vital tunnels for utilities
22 February, 2023
Utility tunnels are among key underground investments in two major Canadian cities – Toronto and Vancouver

Auckland Rail Link avoids cyclone damage
20 February, 2023
City Rail Link (CRL) has suffered “minimal lasting impacts” from recent extreme weather events that have devastated other regions of New Zealand.

Vital tunnels for utilities
16 February, 2023
Utility tunnels are among key underground investments in two major Canadian cities – Toronto and Vancouver

Registration open for George A Fox conference 2023
18 November, 2022
Registration is open for the Underground Construction Association’s (UCA) George A Fox Conference in January.

Ferrovial and Vinci JV preferred bidders for Ontario line
16 September, 2022
A consortium led by Ferrovial Construction and Vinci Construction Grands Projets has been selected to build the stations and tunnels for the southern section of a new rapid transit line in Toronto.

Tunnelling completed on NZ’s largest transport project
15 September, 2022
The final tunnel breakthrough has been made on Auckland’s City Rail Link – New Zealand’s first underground rail line and the largest transport infrastructure investment ever undertaken in the country.

Four-legged robot assists Melbourne’s Metro Tunnel
01 August, 2022
An autonomous robot about the size of a Labrador dog is documenting progress on Melbourne’s Metro Tunnel project.