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26 September 2017
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From the magazine

Fall edition of Trenchless International now online

The latest edition of Trenchless International is now available to be read online.

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15 August 2017
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Events

Trenchless Asia becomes annual event

The popularity of the Trenchless Asia Conference and Exhibition has resulted in the event being held annually instead of biennially.

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28 June 2017
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From the magazine

HDD in the Australian tropics

What is believed to be one of Australia’s longest 1 m diameter horizontal directional drilling (HDD) installations has been executed in Cairns, Queensland. With the worksite bordering a popular recreation facility and main road, the team used trenchless methods to complete work on the restricted site footprint.

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6 June 2017
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Pipe jacking

Colombia prepares to host Trenchless World Congress

Colombia will showcase its progress as an emerging economy at the forefront Trenchless Technology during the Trenchless World Congress later this year.

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24 April 2017
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A pipe cracking effort

Australian trenchless expert Harris Civil has completed a challenging pipe renewal project on the outskirts of Melbourne, Victoria, relying on the power and dependability of a TRACTO-TECHNIK Goliath machine.

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27 March 2017
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HOBAS releases details on product development

HOBAS has released details of two major product developments to its range of glass fibre reinforced (GRP) pipes, including the launch of its new Top Performance Pipe.

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27 March 2017
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TRACTO-TECHNIK commences expansion

Manufacturer of Trenchless Technology machinery TRACTO-TECHNIK has invested in its future by modernising and expanding its headquarters in Lennestadt, Germany.

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14 February 2017
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PE100+ releases online trenchless guide

The PE100+ Association has launched an online assistant for trenchless pressure pipe installation.

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11 April 2016
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Rescue Rod completes Johannesburg pipe bursting project

After purchasing new equipment from TT-UK, Rescue Rod was able to successfully deliver a significant pipe bursting project in the heart of Johannesburg.

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20 January 2016
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Denver stormwater project uses HOBAS pipes

HOBAS has recently shipped 122 m of DN 3,000 CC-GRP jacking pipes to Denver, Colorado, to be used in the 33rd Street Outfall Project.

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10 January 2016
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Image courtesy of Michels Corporation.

Michels cements place as Direct Pipe market leader

Michels Corporation has ended 2015 on a high note, as the firm successfully completed its 11th and 12th Direct Pipe installations shortly before the New Year.

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31 August 2015
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Pipe jacking used in Singapore sewer project

Züblin, a subsidiary of Austrian construction company STRABAG, has won a €85 million contract to expand Singapore’s sewer networks using the pipe jacking method.

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21 August 2015
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The four culverts were installed to prevent the raised railway embankment from acting as a dam during flooding.

Jack of all trains

HOBAS culverts jacked under Polish railway.

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30 June 2015
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HDD grows with the wind

The green light has been given for the UK’s Rampion Offshore Wind Farm, with significant trenchless activity proposed for the project’s shore crossing and onshore cables.

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14 May 2015
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The immediacy of online advertising ensures that products can be introduced to the market very quickly.

Business marketing: the value of advertising online

Does your marketing plan include a budget for online ads? Find out why placing advertisements online is no longer an optional extra.

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8 May 2015
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UT Arlington Professor Mo Najafi.

Underground freight system research given go-ahead

A Texas university has received a $US1.2 million research grant to investigate an innovative underground freight transportation network concept, which would be built in congested urban environments using trenchless techniques.

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22 April 2015
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John Holland was a main contractor for the award-winning Melbourne Main Sewer Replacement project.

Sale of John Holland to Chinese construction group finalised

Ownership of Australian construction management and civil engineering contractor John Holland has recently transferred to China-based CCCC International Holding Limited.

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22 April 2015
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John Holland was a main contractor for the award-winning Melbourne Main Sewer Replacement project.

Sale of John Holland to Chinese construction group finalised

Ownership of Australian construction management and civil engineering contractor John Holland has recently transferred to China-based CCCC International Holding Limited.

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16 February 2015
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US Senators push to dismantle stalled TBM

State Senators in Washington are hoping to dismantle the broken-down tunnel boring machine “˜Bertha’ after more than a year of delays for the $US3.1 billion tunnelling project beneath downtown Seattle.

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12 February 2015
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Microtunnelling a breath of fresh air in Dubai

A Dubai utility recently utilised microtunnelling beneath a busy road to connect an advanced air conditioning system to the prestigious Emirates Towers skyscrapers.

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6 February 2015
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Home of Mount Everest commences $US107 million tunnelling project

Nepal’s first mechanised tunnelling project has recently gotten underway, with a Chinese firm set to bore a 12 km tunnel to provide irrigation and hydropower to two key agricultural regions.

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10 December 2014
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$US153 million underground tunnelling project awarded

In Ohio, US, a contract has been awarded to build the Dugway Storage Tunnel in Cleveland.

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10 December 2014
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New images show Crossrail’s progress under Central London

Crossrail Limited have announced that the new transport network being constructed underneath London has now surpassed its halfway mark.

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25 November 2014
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Seattle crews commence rescue of TBM Bertha

Construction work has started in order to reach and repair North America’s largest diameter tunnel boring machine in Seattle, Washington, after it overheated during operation.

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25 November 2014
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Los Angeles $US2.82 billion subway extension project commences

A new chapter has kicked off for the long-awaited Metro Purple Line Extension Project in Los Angeles as construction began on one of the largest, and most ambitious, tunnelling projects in the US.

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16 October 2014
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Direct to the point

A tunnelling system has combined the best of both worlds in a first for Canada’s trenchless industry.

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