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Living the ambition - London's Crossrail
01 December, 2003
In November 2003 a presentation by Keith Berryman, Gordon Torp-Petersen, Mark Leggett and Simon Blanchflower of Cross London Rail Links, was given to members of the British Tunnelling Society regarding the ongoing development of London's Crossrail project

Cool reward
03 September, 2003

Balfour's results
03 September, 2003

Complexity rules on London's Crossrail
01 September, 2003
Since 1989, a scheme to link the British rail network via the centre of London, has been on the drawing board. The recent announcement of support for the project by the UK's government means that the US$16bn rail project finally looks set to get off the ground. T&TI's news editor, Nathan Bushell, examines the history and future of Crossrail

Flying ahead at Terminal 5
01 September, 2003
As part of Heathrow Airport's new Terminal 5 project, numerous underground works are required, including a Storm Water Outfall Tunnel, a service tunnel under the A3044, and extensions to the Piccadilly Line and Heathrow Express. Peter Clarke, planning manager, and Selby Thacker, production leader, for the Morgan Vinci JV, and Ian Williams, BAA project leader, describe the bored tunnel works currently in progress

London boom sets the scene for UC'03
01 September, 2003
Underground Construction 2003 is due to be held on the 24-25 September at the ExCeL conference and exhibition centre in London's docklands. At a time when tunnelling activity in London is at its peak, this year's event is set to outstrip the success of its predecessors

Small Bore & Pipejacking Products
01 August, 2003
The latest small bore and pipejacking products

Lining & Support Products
01 August, 2003
The latest lining and support products

Operational Products
01 August, 2003
The latest operational products

Assessing building response at King's Cross
01 July, 2003
In his Harding Prize finalist paper, Mike Devriendt, geotechnical and tunnelling engineer for Ove Arup & Partners, describes the approach adopted for ground movement and building damage assessments on the King's Cross redevelopment project in the UK. Several techniques were developed to improve ground movement predictions and gain a better understanding of likely structural damage

Creating a 'safety culture'
01 June, 2003

Tunnelling Industry Awards 2003
01 June, 2003

Second Avenue up for suggestion
01 June, 2003

2003 Tunnelling Industry Awards winners announced
16 May, 2003

Closure for LUL PPP
01 May, 2003

Fee bidding prevents 'strength in depth'
01 May, 2003

Amec wins Thames tunnel cable contract
01 May, 2003

Flying start for T5 tunnels
01 May, 2003

London Underground PPP reaches financial close
22 April, 2003

UK first on CTRL breakthrough
02 April, 2003