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The Waterview Connection tunnel project is New Zealand’s biggest and most ambitious road project ever. A 4.8km motorway and two six-lane tunnels are due to be completed in Auckland by early 2017. A tunnel boring machine, named Alice, is building the two 2.4km long underground tunnels. The production of the 24,000 precast concrete segments for the tunnels’ walls is near completion and the manufacturing equipment for the segments and culvert units is now for sale. This includes a concrete batching plant, segment production equipment, portal and gantry cranes and a compressor. Please click here for the full inventory of equipment on sale.
Contact Details: Andy Bould – Precast Sub-Alliance Manager – firstname.lastname@example.org
The City of Calgary is inviting contractors experienced in installation of large diameter sewers by trenchless methods to submit pre-qualification packages for the 37th Stormwater Trunk Relocation project. The work includes trenchless installation of:
- Approximately 500 m of 2400 mm pipe along 37th Street SW to be completed by June 30, 2016; and
- Approximately 125 m of 2400 mm pipe to the Elbow River to be completed by December 31, 2017.
Only contractors pre-qualified as part of this process will be permitted to undertake the trenchless component of this work.
To view the full RFPQ please click here
The Croatian Association for Tunnels and Underground Structures – ITA Croatia and the ITA-AITES invite you to join us on a World Tunnel Congress and General Assembly in Dubrovnik from May 22-28, 2015.
Croatia is located in the middle of South-East Europe and on the July 1st, 2013, Croatia became the 28th member of the EU. South-East Europe is the EU region with the most expectations and plans in developing infrastructure in next 2 decades in Europe. Therefore choosing Dubrovnik with its location in the middle of the South-East Europe region and in the heart of Europe we would like to make the sign to all other member nations where to go and where to intensify their activities in the soon future. So far none of SEE countries have had opportunity to organize on World Tunnel Congress and this happening will strongly and certainly help further development of underground infrastructure in the future.
Dubrovnik is the old city, port on the Adriatic coast, center of tourism and a congress center that is able to take more thousands of guests at the same time. It is also one of centers of the infrastructure works with unique underground solutions (underground HPP Ombla, city road tunnel, light rail to airport, new road roundabout) that will all be in construction in 2015. Dubrovnik will provide an excellent technical and social setting for the World Tunnel Congress 2015. Croatia’s hosting of WTC2015 is supported by the ITA Croatia’s corporate and individual members, Chamber of Civil Engineers and several Ministries who will as active full partners in the preparation and organization of the Congress.
for more information please visit: www.wtc15.com
We are pleased to announce the launch of a brand new Sandvik Construction website. This has been developed to reflect the very specific needs and requirements of our customers throughout the world. Constructed to be easily navigable, with simple, yet concise features, the new website is set to become a major resource for the global construction industry.
Sandvik Construction’s new website has been developed to serve as the primary communication portal for our customers, industry professionals, distributors and the global construction media. Through the use of the latest web-based technology, the new website contains features our customers have specifically asked for, and will be more easily adaptable to their changing needs.
The new website has been developed from the perspective of providing our customers with information that is tailored to their specific requirements, wherever they are in the world, whatever their business and application. In addition specific dealer portals and access areas have been created to allow our distributors to gain information more easily. This will also be of direct benefit to our customers through ensuring improved communication as well providing customer service and aftermarket care of the highest levels.
Of the new website, Satu Rämö, Global Marketing Communication Manager commented: “Our customers want to know about our latest developments, find information about how our equipment may help them, read news and case stories from around the world, and vitally, how they can ensure their investment with us is maximized. It (the website) is not just a tool for us to communicate messages to our customers however, but vitally, to develop a two-way relationship that will allow our customers, and dealers, to enhance their relationship with us.”
The website is now live as of the 30th March 2015, and may be found at the following address:
For further information please contact:
Global Marketing Communication Manager
Office Phone: +358 205 44 151
Mobile Phone: +358 40 537 4020
See outtakes from Robbins’ latest project video, to be released later this year
APAC Tunnels & Bridges Conference, 15 – 16 April 2015, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia … an excellent platform bringing together distinguished industry experts to discuss key projects and address engineering challenges for efficient tunnels and bridges.
Key Topic Highlights
- The design and the construction experience of the Raw Water Transfer Tunnel
- Case Study: SMART Tunnel
- Case Study: Jakarta Integrated Tunnel (JIT) – Project Financing Alternatives (PPP vs Private Equity)
- Analysis of Rapid Construction Techniques
- Understanding Fatigue Related Defects in Older Structures to Increase Efficiency
- Extending the Life of Bridges & Tunnels- Investigation & Repair
for more information and to register please click here
Tunnelling Journal is giving every reader free access to an exhaustive listing of international Tunnel Collapses. The document ‘Catalogue of Notable Tunnel Failure Case Histories’, courtesy of, and compiled by, the Mainland East Division, Geotechnical Engineering Office, Civil Engineering and Development Department of Hong Kong details 36 international collapses, and a further 6 specifically in Hong Kong. Each case, subject to the information available, includes a basic description of the event (many illustrated), the probable cause, the remedial measures undertaken, and the consequences and lessons learned. Some 60 references are also included for further reading. The document is live and will be updated from time to time. To download this must-have listing go to:
Hong Kong’s Geotechnical Engineering Office has recently issued the GEO Report No. 249, “Ground Control for Slurry TBM Tunnelling.” Download your free copy of this ‘must read’ paper from the Civil Engineering and Development Department website, using the link below: http://www.cedd.gov.hk/eng/publications/geo_reports/geo_rpt249.htm