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VIDEO: Turnaround for Waterview Connection TBM ‘Alice’

23/02/2015

Tunnel boring machine ‘Alice’ has completed her first stage of tunnelling on New Zealand’s $NZ1.4 billion Waterview Connection project and must be turned

Removing A Tunnelling Machine From The Ground Is Difficult

23/02/2015

Removing A Tunnelling Machine From The Ground Is Difficult

Crossrail: Inside the tunnels

21/02/2015

Photos from inside the 26 miles of tunnels....

Private firm to build deep tunnel within 3 years

12/02/2015

Private contractor PT Antaredja Mulia Jaya will this year begin the construction of Jakarta’s first deep tunnel, dubbed an “integrated” tunnel, with its expected completion in three years - See more ...

PHOTOS: Fixing Bertha

12/02/2015

The Big Bertha saga recently received a major update -

Tunnel vision: London’s Crossrail enters its final leg

30/01/2015

Under 2km of tunnels remain of the 42km needed for the £14.8bn infrastructure project, due to be finished in 2017

BAM JV lands Swiss tunnel contract

29/01/2015

Royal BAM subsidiary Wayss & Freytag Ingenieurbau and Swiss contractor Marti have won a joint venture contract to build the 2.6km-long Eppenberg Tunnel in Switzerland.

PHOTO: Crosstown Tunnel Breakthrough

28/01/2015

Two tunnel boring machines (TBMs) broke through the headwall at the extraction shaft just west of Allen Road in Toronto, Ont.

Contractors plan to upskill nearly 5,000 tunnellers

23/01/2015

The Government is topping up industry funding to raise the tunnelling and underground construction skills of up to 5,000 workers.

TBM breaks through for North West Rail Link

23/01/2015

Sydney’s epic $8.3 billion North West Rail Link reached another project milestone this week when one of its four tunnel boring machines broke through to the site of the future Norwest Station.

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