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Roadheader breaks through on Confederation Line
01 December, 2015
CANADA – One of the roadheaders mining the Downtown Tunnel on Ottawa’s Confederation Line completed final bench excavation in Lyon Station, it was announced on 25 November.
Hatch Mott MacDonald to split up
20 November, 2015
NORTH AMERICA - Hatch and Mott MacDonald have announced that the Hatch Mott MacDonald (HMM) joint venture will be separated into two distinct businesses. HMM’s Canada business will become part of Hatch while HMM’s US business will become part of Mott MacDonald. HMM’s Pipelines business, which operates in both Canada and the US, will also join Mott MacDonald.
Under the river
03 November, 2015
Tunnelling under the Fraser River in the Lower Mainland, British Columbia, is no easy task. That is what the Port Mann Main Water Supply Tunnel project team has learned over the past three years. Stephanie Fekete and Andrew McGlenn of McMillen Jacobs Associates discuss the recent tunnel completion and summarize the demands that were required in order to make this drive successful
HMM/MWH to design Westerly tunnel in Cleveland
15 October, 2015
USA – The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District (NEORSD) has chosen Hatch Mott MacDonald, in a joint venture with MWH Global, for a major contract to design the Westerly Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) Storage Tunnel and Dewatering Pump Station in Cleveland, Ohio, HMM announced on October 5.
24 June, 2015
Tie-in works of a tunnel twinning project in northern British Columbia required drill and blast excavation of access tunnels leading to interconnection tie-in chambers that were excavated in hard rock to within 3m of the existing pressurised steel lined penstock. Mark Kellaway and Dave Young of Hatch and Hatch Mott Macdonald and Gordon Revey of Revey Associates, Inc., explains the geometrically complex excavation undertaken during a limited shutdown period when the penstocks were depressurized.
30 January, 2015
The Tunnelling Association of Canada’s regional directors give their annual reports on the industry.