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Opportunity rocks
27 December, 2012
Hong Kong develops into the main base of operations for the Asia Pacific, while Singapore strives to become to hottest destination for professionals, and both scrap for skilled labour. Alex Conacher speaks to three expats

Robust ground improvement
27 December, 2012
Innovations on Singapore’s Marina Coastal Expressway have enabled faster, more cost-effective construction while meeting the state’s famously tough safety requirements. Andrew Mylius, technical writer for Mott MacDonald, released this report

BTSYM conference a resounding success
22 November, 2012
The British Tunnelling Society Young Members (BTSYM) hosted their first conference last month. The International Conference for Young Engineers played out to a packed auditorium and audio-linked overflow room at the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) in London, UK. The given purpose of the conference was to educate young tunnel engineers, and to expose university students to the profession.

Soft ground sewer
25 October, 2012
The new Southeast Collector Trunk Sewer project in York, Ontario, saw its first two TBMs launch this summer. Gerhard Urschitz, technical director for Strabag; Tomislav Hrkac, senior project manager for the Regional Municipality of York, Ontario, and Camilo Quintero, senior project engineer – associate, Hatch Mott Macdonald explain the project

Prepare for takeoff
24 October, 2012
Toronto’s Billy Bishop Airport, located downtown and on an island on Lake Ontario needed a way to reliably transport passengers to their flights. A new pedestrian tunnel is under construction under the lake, Nicole Robinson reports

A glowing report
23 October, 2012
The TAC directors provide an update for each region

Advances in SCL design and construction
30 August, 2012
This article presents the state of the art use of sprayed concrete with a variety of waterproofing solutions on major projects in the UK. It discusses the current design of permanent sprayed concrete and sprayed waterproof membranes and how SCL design may progress in the future. Report by Andrew Pickett and Simon Stephenson of Mott MacDonald

Abu Dhabi appoints engineer to develop giant pumping station
14 August, 2012
Abu Dhabi Sewerage Services Company (ADSSC) has appointed an engineering consultancy to provide contract administration and site overview services for one of the world's largest underground pumping stations, located in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, UAE.

Performance monitoring training course announced
27 July, 2012
A two-day field monitoring training course will be launched next month. The course, organised by University College London and Itmsoil is designed to provide practicing engineers with a sound understanding of monitoring in civil engineering.

Delhi digs
19 June, 2012
With a metropolitan population of over 16 million, a failed foray into privatised bus services and cars choking up one of the densest road networks in India, need for a metro has never been more pronounced. Alex Conacher interviews designer Mohan Gupta and Delhi Metro Rail Corporation spokesman Anuj Dayal to get the jewel of India’s infrastructure crown into perspective

India faces metro challenge
05 June, 2012
With a metro project in every major city, save Hyderabad, for now, India’s furious investment in infrastructure is just the beginning as its still largely rural population urbanises. However, difficulty securing construction permits is not the only damper on Indian tunnelling. Alex Conacher reports

Metro Los Angeles
23 May, 2012
Robert Ball, Matthew Crow and Matt Gallagher of Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) and David Young and KT Su of Hatch Mott MacDonald give this paper on expanding transit in Los Angeles with the Crenshaw/LAX Project metro

West Coast calls for funds
21 May, 2012
West Coast tunneling is buzzing with activity, though lack of funding is keeping projects in concept design. Rhian Owen speaks with Randy Essex of Hatch Mott MacDonald

Singapore Power sources funding for cable tunnels
13 May, 2012
Six local and foreign banks have been hired by Singapore Power to provide a SGD 1.5bn (USD 1.2bn) finance loan for its power cable tunnels project.

Supporting Victoria
17 April, 2012
The UK’s first use of jet grouting in conjunction with shallow sprayed concrete lined tunnelling and pioneering use of building information modelling are among the many innovations on London Underground’s ultra-challenging Victoria Station Upgrade programme. Andrew Mylius of Mott MacDonald reports

HS2 preliminary design contracts awarded
11 April, 2012

ERM leads HS2 environment consortium
29 March, 2012

Motts gets power plant design
29 March, 2012
Infrastructure engineering organisation MARG Ltd of Chennai, India, has awarded Mott MacDonald a design contract for the sea-water intake, outfall and circulation cooling system for a 2x250-MW lignite-fuelled thermal power plant at Padva in Bhavnagar, Gujarat.

Crossrail Liverpool Street Station award and archaeology
05 March, 2012

Toronto starts digging the line
08 February, 2012
Last 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