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Registrations open for No-Dig Down Under 2017

April 25, 2017 , , 0

Registrations are now open for the Australasian Society of Trenchless Technology’s (ASTT) conference and exhibition No-Dig Down Under 2017, taking place on the Gold Coast, Australia from 12-15 September 2017.

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Hunting Trenchless instates new International Sales Manager

Hunting Trenchless has named Jimmy Foshee as its new International Sales Manager.

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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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Promote your business in Trenchless International

Trenchless International is the international trenchless industry’s leading media brand, providing news and analysis via its multiple, integrated online and print channels.

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Promote your business in Trenchless International

Trenchless International is the international trenchless industry’s leading media brand, providing news and analysis via its multiple, integrated online and print channels.

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Promote your business in Trenchless International

Trenchless International is the international trenchless industry’s leading media brand, providing news and analysis via its multiple, integrated online and print channels.

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Promote your business in Trenchless International

Trenchless International is the international trenchless industry’s leading media brand, providing news and analysis via its multiple, integrated online and print channels.

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Last chance to submit your paper for No-Dig Down Under

February 28, 2017 , 0

The Call for Papers for the Australasian Society of Trenchless Technology’s (ASTT) No-Dig Down Under 2017 is closing on 15 March. Submit your paper today to avoid missing out.

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No-Dig Down Under Call for Papers closing soon

February 14, 2017 , 0

The Call for Papers has opened for the Australasian Society of Trenchless Technology’s No-Dig Down Under 2017, to be held on the Gold Coast, Queensland.

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ISTT releases RFP for website design and management

The ISTT has released a Request for Proposal (RFP) for the design and implementation of a new look website.

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Excavation begins on AU$4.3 billion transport tunnel in Sydney

December 6, 2016 , , 0

Excavation has begun on a large-scale transport infrastructure project in Sydney Australia.

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ISTT seeks Executive Director

The International Society for Trenchless Technology (ISTT) is seeking an Executive Director to manage the business of association.

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IWA selects new President

Diane d’Arras has been selected as the new President of the International Water Association (IWA).

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Call for Papers now open: No-Dig Down Under

October 14, 2016 , 0

The Call for Papers has opened for the Australian Society of Trenchless Technology’s No-Dig Down Under 2017, to be held on the Gold Coast, Queensland.

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Fall edition of Trenchless International now online

The latest edition of Trenchless International magazine is now available to be read online in a digital flipbook.

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Contribute to the global sewer cleaning survey

The global sewer cleaning and maintenance survey will be collated and published by Dr Jey K. Jeyapalan, a leading expert in underground asset management and water infrastructure.

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Ditch Witch FXT truck mounted vacuum excavators

Originally manufactured to meet the customer’s demands to contain horizontal directional drilling (HDD) fluids on underground construction job sites, Ditch Witch’s line of vacuum excavators has evolved to address new job site challenges, such as damage prevention.

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Metro Tunnel shortlists international JVs for US$4.5 b project

August 30, 2016 , , 0

Three consortiums, including some of the world’s best construction companies, have been shortlisted to build one of Australia’s largest infrastructure projects.

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Mainmark wins international award for earthquake repairs

August 15, 2016 , , 0

Mainmark has been recognised for its work rehabilitating earthquake damage in Christchurch, New Zealand.

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JVs shortlisted to tunnel under Sydney Harbour

August 15, 2016 , 0

Two groups have been shortlisted to build a pivotal section of Australia’s biggest public transport project.

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Aurecon appoints design directors

Aurecon has continued their investment in design through the appointment of eight Design Directors.

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Tenders open for Australian tunnel project

July 19, 2016 , 0

Three contractors, including the international consortium of Salini Impregilo, Fluor Australia and Lane Worldwide, have been invited to tender for Victoria’s Western Distributor Tunnel project.

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John Holland awarded Melbourne Metro contract

July 4, 2016 , 0

Victorian Premier and Minister for Public Transport Jacinta Allan has announced that John Holland has been awarded the first major contract for the Metro Tunnel.

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EOIs open for Australian rail project partnership

The Victorian state government (Australia) is now seeking expressions of interest to join the Public Private Partnership that will deliver the US$4.4 b Melbourne Metro Rail Project.

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EOIs open for Australian metro tunnelling contract

Sydney Metro is now inviting expressions of interest for the second stage of the Sydney Metro City & Southwest project, Australia’s largest public transport project.

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