Aegion subsidiary Insituform has been awarded a US$10.6 million sewer rehabilitation contract in the US.
McConnell Dowell has been contracted to deliver design and microtunnelling services on a New Zealand outfall pipeline.
Pennsylvania State Senator Gene Yaw toured Advanced Drainage Systems’ (ADS) pipe plant, discussing fair and open competition issues.
The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region is counting down to the biannual no-dig event, Trenchless Middle East.
The French Society for Trenchless Technology (FSTT) national biennial no-dig event returns to Chatou, France on 18–19 June 2019.
Murphy Pipelines has released a video of the trenchless replacement of a failing sewer main in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Singapore’s Public Utility Board (PUB) has awarded a major contract for site development works for the Tuas Water Reclamation Plant.
Trenchless Arabia, taking place in conjunction with Arab Water Week, is being supported by a world-class scientific committee.
The introduction of the Hawle NoDig System – the first entirely trenchless solution for establishing water house connections – has been recognised with the ISTT New Machine Award for 2018.
A microtunnel boring machine (MTBM) called ‘Blanche’ set a new world record with a drive of 1496.48 m.
A Flyability drone has conducted essential inspection after storms damaged a sewer pipe in Barcelona, Spain.
A project to rehabilitate ageing sewers, maintenance holes and lateral connections has launched in Missouri, US.
Wessex Water has released a video of its team installing a felt liner to repair a sewer in Calne, England.
Watercare has selected its preferred bidder for the construction of the Central Interceptor wastewater tunnel.
A major UK water utility is progressing with phase two of its £34.5 million (US$44.3 million) sewer rehabilitation project in Thanet, Kent.
The Boring Company founder Elon Musk says the company will eventually be involved with a variety of tunnelling projects, including utility excavation.
Picote Solutions’ Brush Coating™ System, used to rehabilitate deteriorated pipelines, has been assessed and approved by WRc in the UK.
The 2017 Common Ground Alliance (CGA) annual DIRT report has found that damage caused by excavation activities to buried assets in the US has increased by 5.5 per cent since 2016.
A Primus Line® DN 400 PN18 system has been used to reline an international gravity sewer system between Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
A Flyability drone has conducted essential inspection after storms damaged a sewer pipe in Barcelona, causing raw sewage to spill into the Mediterranean Sea.
Trenchless International talks with the recently appointed NASSCO Executive Director Sheila Joy about her role, the future of NASSCO and the benefits of being part of an industry association.
Since first exporting its SRP EXP Spiral Liner in 2017, demand for the Aussie Trenchless product in South America has continued to grow.
A microtunnel boring machine (MTBM) called ‘Blanche’ set a new world record when it reached 1496.48 m, the longest ever stretch of pipe laid by the Direct Pipe® tunnelling methodology.
Irish Water, in collaboration with Limerick City and County Council, is investing €1 million (US$1.2 million) in a project to survey, assess and reline sewers in the city centre.
A certified Flow-Liner installer has used the company’s cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) to rehabilitate garage drain pipes, avoiding demolition at state-of-the-art museum Detroit Institute of Arts.