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Monitoring activity
01 December, 2001

Virtual journey to highway minitunnels
06 November, 2001
Computer simulation provides a low-cost means for testing limited facility tunnel prototypes. KH Bowers of Arup, London, DM Hiller of Arup Acoustics, Manchester and RD Evans of Nottingham Trent University describe encouraging results from their involvement with Transport Research Laboratory's project to develop Highways Agency design guidance

Transport Products
20 August, 2001

Madrid at Underground Construction
20 August, 2001
Underground Construction 2001 international exhibition & symposium, incorporating the International Tunnelling Exhibition, 18-20 September, ExCeL, London Docklands, England

Lessons from research and practice
08 July, 2001
Professor John Burland of Imperial College and Fin Jardine of CIRIA introduce the programme for the CIRIA conference, 'Response of buildings to excavation-induced ground movements', to be held at Imperial College, London, and highlight findings from the research during construction of London Underground's Jubilee Line Extension.

Shotcreting in London Clay
09 June, 2001
Despite the criticisms the New Austrian Tunnelling Method has received – of the practice, if not the theory – following a series of construction collapses, the benefits of sprayed concrete linings cannot be ignored, assuming risk can be minimised.

BTS pushes for new look at shotcrete lining
02 May, 2001