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Anglo American starts tunnel boring at Grosvenor coal mine


Anglo American has started running its innovative tunnel boring machine at the Grosvenor coal mine in Moranbah.

Tunnel construction begins for Ottawa's Confederation Line


Ontario and Ottawa officials late last week marked the start of tunnel construction for the Confederation Line light-rail transit (LRT) system.

Santos GLNG tunnel boring machine below The Narrows


SANTOS GLNG's tunnel boring machine is now underneath The Narrows, having moved out of the intertidal zone last week.

Final breakthrough for world’s 2nd longest gravity-driven tunnel in Abu Dhabi


Drilling work finished on Abu Dhabi’s 41-kilometre main sewer tunnel, a major strategic project, on Tuesday Read more: ...

Metro Rail tunnelling work to begin at Govt. Estate


Metro Rail tunnelling work has reached the next stop on one portion of the Airport-Washermenpet stretch.

Crossrail tunnellers uncover Roman skulls


Crossrail tunnellers have uncovered around 20 Roman skulls at the Liverpool Street station site.

Crossrail boss warns UK could lose tunnelling expertise


Andrew Wolstenholme warns tunnelling specialists will go overseas unless major infrastructure projects are brought forward to fill gap left when Crossrail is completed

Margalla tunnel: SC seeks notifications for purchase of land


ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Tuesday sought copies of the notifications regarding the purchase of land for constructing the Margalla tunnel

Waterview tunnel chapter set for Alice in underland


Alice, the Waterview Connection's tunnel boring machine, is lined up at the mouth of her first Mt Roskill wall, ready to dig the country's biggest roading job

New maglev Shinkansen to run underground for 86% of initial route


There’s light at the end of the tunnel, but not much else for passengers to see when they eventually travel on Japan’s new 500 kph maglev train.

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