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Nevada's Third Intake Reaches Milestone


The underground tunneling and excavation began Dec. 27, 2011 via tunnel boring machine (TBM) manufactured by Herrenknecht AG in Germany.

MARTA awards $198.5m TVS overhaul contract to Archer Western Construction


... US has awarded a $198.5m contract to primary contractor Archer Western Construction to renovate and upgrade its tunnel ventilation system (TVS).

Lane Industries sold, will stay in place


The company has owned Nevada-based S.A. Healy, which specializes in bridge and tunnel construction, since 1982. Officials at Salini Impregilo say ...

Granite Subsidiary in for US$ 184 m Ohio tunnel project


Kenny Construction and Obayashi Corporation have been jointly awarded the contract to build the Ohio Canal Interceptor Tunnel (OCIT

Watch this 600-ton machine cut perfectly round subway tunnels under Seattle


The massive tunnel boring machine, whose face is essentially a giant rotating cutter, completed a six-month journey under Seattle on Friday.

Construction of Fehmarnbelt tunnel


Construction of Fehmarnbelt tunnel ... Denmark is set to start work on an 18km-long undersea tunnel to Germany that will aim to be the world's largest ...

Why The Machines That Dig Tunnels Are Always Named After Women


Tunnel Boring Machines, or TBMs, are some of the most fascinating manufacturers of our infrastructure: Two-ton primary-coloured cylinders with ...

Major breakthrough as Farnworth Tunnel re-boring comes to an end


North west electrification works have hit a major milestone as Britain's biggest active tunnel boring machine (TBM), the nine metre-wide Fillie, broke ...

A tour of the inside of a TBM


Washington post video tour of the inside....

Veidekke ASA: To rehabilitate the Høyanger tunnel


Today Veidekke Entreprenør has signed a contract with the Norwegian Public Roads Administration (NPRA) to rehabilitate the Høyanger tunnel on secondary road 55 in Sogn og Fjordane

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