Wessex Water is investing £55 million (US$67.8 million) to build a new relief sewer in North Bristol to ensure the sewerage network longevity.
Works for the new Mount Eden tunnels are on track, with microtunnelling completed twice as quickly as planned.
The US$8.4 million sewer rehabilitation project along US 13 in Delaware, US is set to be finalised by the end of the year.
The City of Roseburg has received construction bids for the rehabilitation of failing storm drainage pipes within the city.
With recent changes, TRACTO-TECHNIK has further developed its ability to offer flexible solutions for pipeline construction.
Registrations are still available for ISTT’s 37th International No-Dig Florence, taking place from 30 September – 2 October 2019.
The third Trenchless Balkans Conference and Exhibition will take place in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina on 17–18 October 2019.
The ‘Castillo del Lago’, built in the 1920s and once owned by Madonna, has used in-place pipe to repair plumbing leaks.
The US Environmental Protection Agency has granted funding to QuakeWrap Inc to develop an innovative pipe repair technology.
Electro Scan Inc. has released new software enhancements that aim to locate and measure pinhole leaks in cured-in-place pipe (CIPP).
Wessex Water has released its Innovation Report, showcasing its plans for new technologies and no dig methods in the future.
McConnell Dowell has announced the internal appointment of Thomas Dockray as Managing Director South East Asia.
After dedicated service to Louisiana Tech University (LA Tech), trenchless expert Dr Iseley has retired as a professor.
BAMI-I has teamed up with the city of Atlanta, DWM, to hold the four-day CTAM workshop.
A leading trenchless event will return to Turkey soon, taking place on 9–11 October 2019.
A contractor has used a TRACTO-TECHNIK mini horizontal directional drilling (HDD) rig to install electrical ducts in the UK.
Operations to install a new water main will begin in Scunthorpe, England later this month in a move to satisfy increasing demand.
The Toro Company is rearranging its organisational structure which will include a wind down of some of its trenchless categories.
Contractors are looking to mobilise their workforces for construction of the Cross River Rail in Queensland, Australia.
A prominent German state politician has visited the Herrenknecht plant in Schwanau.
In order to provide more intensive and qualified support to its partners and customers in China, Primus Line has opened up a new facility in Shanghai.
Registrations are still available for ISTT’s International No-Dig Florence.
Utility Innovations Services (UIS) and its distributor Blick Group, have brought the company’s revolutionary excavator attachments to Australasia.
Insituform has used a 60 inch (1,524 mm) CIPP liner to rehabilitate a pipeline vital to a European city’s wastewater transmission.
A horizontal directional drilling (HDD) crossing as part of a Watercare project has is making progress in New Zealand.
The microtunnel boring machine (MTBM) used on a New York City (NYC) water project has been retrieved from its hole.