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Conference program released for No-Dig Down Under 2017

The conference program has been released for the Australasian Society of Trenchless Technology’s (ASTT) conference and exhibition No-Dig Down Under 2017 (NDDU), taking place on the Gold Coast, Australia from 12-15 September 2017.

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GSSI updates bridge assessment system

GSSI has updated its BridgeScan™ assessment system for concrete inspection and utility mapping.

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City in Florida switches to vacuum excavation

A case study has been released on the utilisation of a Vac-Tron Equipment vacuum excavator by the City of Tavares’ Water Supervisor.

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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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Last chance to register for trenchless event in Paris

Registrations are closing soon for Villes Sans Tranchée which will take place in Paris, France on 20-22 June 2017.

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Registrations available for Trenchless World Congress

Registrations are still available for the Trenchless World Congress, which will take place in Colombia in September.

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Registrations open for No-Dig Down Under 2017

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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Elon Musk outlines vision for boring company

Billionaire-entrepreneur Elon Musk has confirmed his latest venture into underground construction during a TED Talk last month.

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NASTT No-Dig Show photos now available online

Did you get snapped at the NASTT No-Dig Show in Washington D.C.? Your photo has been uploaded to the Trenchless International and is available to be viewed online.

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Mapping utilities in Honolulu included using GPR.

Mapping utilities in Honolulu

The Honolulu Seawater Air Conditioning Project is part of an ongoing effort to bring environmentally friendly air conditioning services to downtown Honolulu.

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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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Subsite Electronics releases new GPR system

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Subsite Electronics, a Charles Machine Works company, has announced the introduction of the 2550GR ground penetrating radar system to its product offering.

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Thames Water alliances sign £4 billion of contracts

Two major alliances partnered with Thames Water have signed the largest contracts in the UK’s water industry, with up to £4 billion worth of work and services to be delivered.

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Two construction workers build out a Washington

Hundreds of billions in the pipeline for US water infrastructure

With more than $US600 billion needed to improve the country’s water infrastructure, the United States Environmental Protection Agency has launched a Finance Centre to assist with sorely needed system improvements and upgrades nationwide.

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No-Dig Istanbul call for papers closing soon

The ISTT’s 33rd International No-Dig Conference and Exhibition is calling for papers – make sure you submit yours before 1 April!

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Herrenknecht recently accomplished a new world record under Las Vegas

Tunnel boring world record quenches Vegas thirst

A three-year tunnel boring operation under the bright lights of Las Vegas has managed to withstand pressurised conditions to finish off in record-breaking style.

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Wessex Water invests £2 billion in water and wastewater

The UK’s Wessex Water is investing more than £2 billion to maintain and improve services for customers.

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BIG opportunity for trenchless graduates

If your office has Belgian or Dutch graduates, trainees, PhD students or researchers who have made an outstanding contribution to the use of underground pipes as a transport medium, you should inform them of the BIG Award 2015!

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Singing Sewermen take to the charts to fight festive fatbergs

Thames Water sewer workers have recorded their own Christmas hit in an effort to save customers from blocked drains.

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Mapping utilities in Honolulu included using GPR.

Florida’s underground set to shine bright

A mass sewer rehabilitation in the sunny city of Miami, Florida, is set to ensure the longevity of water utilities within the coastal county.

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New online store allows 24/7 CIPP purchases

For those working in pipeline rehabilitation, the time-intense hours of project planning and site work can make purchasing equipment during standard working hours a challenge. To overcome this issue, and provide price transparency, HammerHead Trenchless Equipment has launched a new website for its cured-in-place pipe products.

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Watermain renewal in Gijan

In 2012, Spain’s local water provider, Empresa Municipal de Aguas de Gijón, was faced with yearly water losses of 754,224 cubic meters from one of the company’s major trunk mains. Through the use of trenchless methods, the water provider was able to reduce cost and impact to citizens.

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Gearing up for No-Dig Istanbul 2015!

The ISTT’s 33rd annual International No-Dig Conference and Exhibition will be hosted by the Turkish Society for Infrastructure and Trenchless Technology on 28-30 September 2015 in Istanbul, Turkey.

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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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GRP technology helps archaeologists “˜feast their eyes’ on Viking discovery

Archaeologists from Stockholm University have uncovered a Viking feasting hall thanks to Trenchless Technology.

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