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T&T Awards 2011 results
15 December, 2011

Smart stamps issued in Kuala Lumpur
24 November, 2011

In the belly of the beast
10 November, 2011
T&TI cuts through the bureaucratic smoke and mind-boggling statistics to unearth what it means to set up shop in the world’s fastest growing superpower. Alex Conacher enters the dragon’s lair to speak with Paul Jenkins of Mott MacDonald and Gary Ge of Arup

T&T Awards shortlist
09 November, 2011

Deep drive at El Teniente starts
01 November, 2011
Vinci group has begun the first excavation in its major tunnelling contract as part of the expansion of the El Teniente copper mine in Chile for the national mining corporation Codelco, the world’s largest copper producer.

Segment handling and installation
19 October, 2011
While the long-term function of segmental tunnel linings is to withstand the loads imposed when in the ground, the designs have to encompass not only the ground loads but also the loads during manufacture, transport and erection of the lining. Yogini Vimalanathan of Mott MacDonald and Lesley Parker of FP McCann Precast describe some of the issues that need to be taken into account when designing segmental tunnel linings

Getting across
19 October, 2011
Colin Lawrence and Jonathan Taylor of Hatch Mott MacDonald presented this paper about design of tunnel cross passages at the 2011 RETC

Toronto goes underground
18 October, 2011
Earlier this year the Eglinton-Scarborough Crosstown LRT project in Toronto expanded, adding 8km of tunnelling. Nicole Robinson discusses the design changes and progress on the city’s major east-to-west link with Jack Collins, vice president of rapid transit implementation for Metrolinx

Down and grout
18 October, 2011
The compensation grouting program under York University’s Seymour Schulich School of Business, for part of the Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension, is designed to be both a proactive and reactive system. Jeb Pittsinger, Jon Davies and Gary Kramer, of Hatch Mott MacDonald, and Edward Poon, of Toronto Transit Commission report

Precast in practice
18 October, 2011
Water shortages, rogue quarries and supply constraints are tackled at the Peenya precast plant in India. Alex Conacher speaks with Yogini Vimalanathan of Mott MacDonald and Russell Brown of CEC

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Hindhead circuit at full throttle
02 September, 2011

Experiences with sprayed waterproofing
23 August, 2011
The following article is based on a presentaton made to the ‘Underground Construction‘ conference in June in London and is based on the experiences of three tunnel engineers on projects utilising sprayed waterproof membranes. The authors are David Naylor, Petr Salak and Simon Stephenson, at the time all of Mott MacDonald consulting engineers

Dynamism of the East
22 August, 2011
Running along the fiery Asia Pacific coast are some of the most explosive tunneling markets in the world. Hong Kong is booming, Japan is storming ahead in innovation, Malaysia is clamping down on corruption and Singapore is a hot bed of activity. Alex Conacher tries to keep up

St Petersburg giant TBM order confirmed
19 August, 2011

Mott and Arup split Kowloon
19 August, 2011

Hindhead Tunnel opening brings great relief
19 August, 2011