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Evolution in shotcrete technology
01 October, 2003
Increasingly, emphasis within the industry is towards a 'holistic' development of sprayed concrete technology. Assistant editor, Amanda Foley, looks at some of the recent developments in shotcrete materials and talks to two of the industry's leading materials and equipment suppliers

Performance of fibres for concrete
01 September, 2003
John Greenhalgh, technical sales representative for Bekaert Building Products UK, describes various types of fibre reinforcement available for underground construction and how the various characteristics of these fibres affect concrete performance

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

The ART of success under Heathrow
01 September, 2003
Exactly one year after tunnelling commenced on the 1.3km long twin-bore Airside Road Tunnel (ART) project, under the UK's busiest airport taxi-ways, breakthrough was successfully achieved. Ian Williams, BAA project leader, and Selby Thacker, production leader for the Morgan Vinci JV, describe the challenges met during the project

Mucking Out & Transport Products
01 August, 2003
The latest mucking out and transport products

LaserShell leads the way for SCL tunnels
01 June, 2003
Colin Eddie, engineering director of Morgan Est Tunnelling Division, and Christian Neumann, senior project manager for Beton-und Monierbau, describe a new method for applying sprayed fibre-reinforced linings in soft ground. It was initially developed in response to calls for improved safety for workers at the face, but has ultimately resulted in a new automated approach to SCL tunnel construction

Complex redesign for London link
01 April, 2003
A packed audience at the BTS meeting this February, saw a most interesting presentation on the tunnelling work currently in hand at King's Cross St Pancras Station, London, UK. The presenters were Mike Crabtree of London Underground Ltd, Roger Cox of Infraco SSL (Sub-Surface Ltd), Chris Dulake of Arup and Colin Eddie of Morgan Tunnelling