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Head of Tunnels, Shafts and Portals, Tunnelling Engineers, Civil Engineers - CROSSRAIL
10 November, 2008
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Easing Manhattan’s friction
26 September, 2008
The complex subsurface interchanges of lower Manhattan’s Subway lines are currently being restructured to remove a tangled legacy of “friction”. At the centre of this scheme is the new Fulton Street Transit Center. Technical journalist Adrian Greeman reports

Crossrail procurement pushes ahead
19 August, 2008

Crossrail greenlight
13 August, 2008

The first ever vaccum segment erector
13 August, 2008

London tube needs advanced
11 June, 2008

Step up in tunnel courses
11 June, 2008

The making of the Mixshield - Part 1
05 June, 2008
In the first of a two-part series, Werner Burger, head of design and engineering, and Gerhard Wehrmeyer, director of traffic tunnelling, for Herrenknecht AG, examine the development of the modern Mixshield

Crossing the Bosphorus and beyond
05 June, 2008
Daniel Horgan and Douglas Madsen of Parsons Brinckerhoff presented a review of the Bosphorus Crossing project at the March meeting of the British Tunnelling Society

Denis Mahoney (1947-2007)
29 April, 2008
A well known and much liked British Tunnelling Society member, Denis Mahoney, died suddenly from a heart attack on 16 December, aged 60, following a full and wide-ranging career in many areas of tunnelling and civil engineering construction.

Olympic high voltage provider
21 April, 2008
Michael Francis, Parsons Brinckerhoff, Arup’s Alan Winter, and Kevin McManus of Murphy presented a review of the UK’s Lower Lea Valley Cable Tunnels project at the January meeting of the British Tunnelling Society

Global Claims
08 April, 2008
A standard defence to any claim submitted by a contractor is, “it is a global claim and so it should fail completely”. T&TI’s contracts and disputes correspondent, Paul Cullinan of Plus 3 Consultants, examines what is meant by the phrase global claim and some common law developments which could show that the tide is receding from the high water mark where a defendant’s assertion that a claim was global was sufficient to send a contractor packing

Australia's highway tunnel pain continues
29 January, 2008