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Tunnelling starts under NZ harbour
21 September, 2022
Tunnelling under Auckland’s Manukau Harbour has commenced for the city’s Central Interceptor wastewater system.

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.

Tunnelling starts on Silvertown crossing
07 September, 2022
Tunnelling has commenced on the Silvertown Tunnel, London’s new Thames River crossing.

Green light for Sydney Metro West final section
01 September, 2022
Sydney Metro has received the green light for tunnelling between The Bays and Sydney CBD, completing plans for the 24 kilometres of twin tunnels from Westmead to Hunter Street in the Sydney CBD.

Tunnelling completed at Hinkley Point C
11 August, 2022
Balfour Beatty has completed the third and final offshore tunnel for the Hinkley Point C nuclear power station’s cooling system under the Bristol Channel in the UK.

Low Carbon, High Ambition in Paris
03 August, 2022
Grand Paris Express is striding forward for tunnelling into a low carbon future using concrete tunnel segments on Lot 16.1, as described by Benoit de Rivaz of Bekaert

Low carbon for Silvertown
03 August, 2022
Silvertown road tunnel in London will use mostly fibre-reinforced concrete with GGBS for segmental lining, reports Patrick Reynolds

Going green at high-speed
03 August, 2022
Concrete use on UK’s HS2 rail project is speeding advances in construction sustainability. Report by Patrick Reynolds

TBM recovered from Arabian Gulf seabed
29 July, 2022
A TBM working on wastewater treatment works in the Arabian Gulf, off the coast of Kuwait, has been lifted from the seabed.

Martin-Devid Herrenknecht joins Board of Management
28 July, 2022
Martin-Devid Herrenknecht has joined the Board of Management of TBM and technology company Herrenknecht.

Herrenknecht TBM ready for Virginia wastewater project
19 July, 2022
AlexRenew, the wastewater treatment provider for Alexandria, Virginia, has taken delivery of a Herrenknecht TBM for its RiverRenew project.

Keeping hold of the natural balance
24 June, 2022
Careful groundwater management was vital to build Copenhagen’s metro and, elsewhere, dewatering is taking on more tunnelling challenges. Report by Patrick Reynolds

London power project completes first drive
24 June, 2022
National Grid’s London Power Tunnels (LPT) project completed the first of five drives this week.

Silvertown TBM final assembly begins
21 June, 2022
The first elements of the TBM for London’s new Silvertown Tunnel have been lowered into the launch chamber, marking the start of final assembly.

TBMs ordered for Melbourne road tunnels
07 June, 2022
Two Herrenknecht TBMs have been ordered for Melbourne’s North East Link road tunnels.

Silvertown Tunnel eye lifted into position
01 June, 2022
Tunnelling on Transport for London’s Silvertown Tunnel has moved a step closer with the tunnel eye being placed in position.

TBM starts second drive on Auckland underground
26 April, 2022
The TBM digging New Zealand’s first underground railway has started its second journey.

TBM components arrived in British Columbia
25 April, 2022
The first shipment of parts for the TBMs for Vancouver’s Broadway subway project tunnels has arrived in British Columbia.

Tideway completes final connection tunnel
06 April, 2022
The TBM creating the final major connection tunnel for Thames Tideway has completed its 4.5km journey between Greenwich and Bermondsey in south London.

Australia’s first autonomous TBMs to be used on Sydney Metro West
04 April, 2022
Australia’s first autonomous tunnel boring machines (TBM) will be used to build twin 9km rail tunnels for Sydney Metro West.