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Refining design on the Black Hill tunnels
01 November, 2002
A constructive partnering environment on Contract 603, Black Hill Tunnels, part of the Tseung Kwan O Entension Project in Hong Kong, enabled optimisation of several aspects of the design. The design-build contract involved complex setting-out and closely spaced excavations. N G Swannell, associate director of Halcrow Group, R Harris, principal engineer for Halcrow Pacific and C Burgess, design engineer for Halcrow China, explain

Winning in China
01 November, 2002
While foreign construction companies have widely been able to work in China since 1994, the country's recent membership to the World Trade Organisation coupled with a new national tendering law, is making the process far easier. Keith Wallis examines the current state of the Chinese tunnelling industry and explores recent contract awards and future opportunities for international tunnelling companies

Winner - Excellence in Tunnel Design
13 June, 2002
Babtie, Haliburton KBR and Halcrow - Ramsgate Harbour Approach Road

2002 Tunnelling Industry Awards
13 June, 2002
On 10 May the first Tunnelling Industry Awards ceremony took place, an event jointly organised by the BTS and T&T International, to recognise and reward achievement within the underground construction industry in the UK

BTS debate - Certifiably argumentative
05 May, 2002
On the 21st March 2002, The British Tunnelling Society held it's annual debate. The motion proposed to the house, "Self-Certification is Dangerous for Tunnelling", produced a strongly argued discussion, which generated a very close result

Downunder 2002 on track
01 February, 2002
As reported in the January edition of T&TI, the ITA World Tunnel Congress will be hosted by the Australian Underground Construction and Tunnelling Association (AUCTA), a founder member of the ITA, in Sydney from 2-8 March 2002. Garry Ash of Walter Construction, president of the AUCTA, explains why the timing of this event is particularly relevant

Primary ways to save (part 2)
14 January, 2002
In the second part of his paper, submitted to the BTS Harding Prize Competition 2001, Jon Hurt of Arup describes how value engineering continued to make savings during primary and secondary lining stages on the CTRL North Downs Tunnel, UK

Sydney hosts ITA World Congress 2002
11 January, 2002
With the planned commencement of major underground construction projects in 2002 and further large underground projects planned for the remainder of the decade, the timing of the ITA World Congress in Sydney is ideal for the Australian industry. Gary Ash of Walter Construction, president of the Australian Underground Construction Association, previews the event