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It's so big! Seattle tunnel boring machine

07/09/2012

Workers stand in the shadow of what will become the world's largest-diameter tunnel boring machine. Currently being assembled in Japan, the machine will dig the SR 99 tunnel beneath downtown Seattle ...

Metro tunnelling to begin at two more locations

03/09/2012

CHENNAI: The metro rail will kick-starttunnelboring atM ay Day Park and Washermenpet on the Washermenpet-Airport corridor,which passesthrough Anna ...

Record-breaking tunneling machine takes shape

30/08/2012

Other than being a few weeks early, there was nothing unusual about the flight. The plane took off from Germany and touched down in Japan. But at 1 ton each, its 36 passengers were not your average ...

2018 for second Mt Vic tunnel

30/08/2012

Although construction of a duplicate Mount Victoria tunnel has yet to be formally confirmed, the NZ Transport Agency has set a start date.

Moving ahead, slowly but steadily

28/08/2012

Tunnel boring machines plough their way 24x7 through the hard and rocky strata of Bangalore as part of the Namma Metro project. The Hindu team comprising Sharath S. Srivatsa, Anil Kumar Sastry, ...

Viaduct replacement crews digging giant launch hole for ferry-sized tunnel

24/08/2012

Crews are now drilling a launch pit to hold the massive tunnel-boring machine for the Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement project. The project will be using the largest diameter tunnel boring machine ...

Tunnel drilled, drive 6 months away

24/08/2012

The twin tunnels, whose construction is being overseen by the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA), are the first tunnel systems in India created within a city for urban ...

Crossrail TBM reaches Paddington

23/08/2012

Crossrail's first tunnel boring machine (TBM), Phyllis, has reached Paddington, three months and 750 metres after breaking ground at Royal Oak.

Crossrail's second TBM sets off

23/08/2012

Crossrail's second tunnel boring machine (TBM) has started tunnelling towards Paddington following the arrival of the first machine at the station.

First glimpse of City Tunnel Leipzig

16/08/2012

The new tunnel is 4km long and will have four underground stations including one beneath the main station. The project was approved in 2000, but the official ground breaking did not take place until ...

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