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NCC wins Norway rail tunnel contract

Norway’s National Rail Administration has awarded NCC Construction a contract to build a 4.8km rail tunnel southwest of Oslo
Breaking News Article Global News 26 Jul 2012 0 Stars

Hungarian tunnel conference in September

Budapest is preparing to host the 1st Eastern European Tunnelling Congress
Breaking News Article Global News 26 Jul 2012 0 Stars

WSP appointed on Stockholm underground project

Engineering consultant WSP has been appointed by the City of Stockholm to provide all engineering services for the underground section of a major regeneration project in the Slussen area, including a new underground bus terminal.
Magazine Article Global News 25 Jul 2012 0 Stars

Novel car concept could affect tunnel design

A new transport infrastructure concept unveiled recently in Berlin, Germany, might revolutionise the way we use electric vehicles, but it might also affect the number, size and type of road tunnels needed in the future.
Headline Article Global News 25 Jul 2012 0 Stars

London Power Tunnels reach major milestone

UK-based contractor Costain has announced a number of “significant milestones” in the construction of three deep-level tunnels – part of the London Power Tunnels contract for National Grid – the UK’s electrical distribution network. The project aims to provide the capital with an easily maintained underground electricity superhighway.
Magazine Article Global News 25 Jul 2012 0 Stars

ITA publishes recruitment video online

“Nowhere is the engineering spirit more alive than underground.” These words will no doubt resonate with many engineers, but they have also been used as the opening words of the recruitment video launched recently by the International Tunnelling Association (ITA).
Magazine Article Global News 25 Jul 2012 0 Stars

Femern appoints new MD

Femern, the agency overseeing the development of the immersed tunnel link between Denmark and Germany, has appointed Claus Baunkjær as managing director.
Magazine Article Global News 25 Jul 2012 0 Stars

Letter to the editor: Round Table

I refer to the second part of the Round Table, published in the June issue of World Tunnelling [concerning the desirability or otherwise of standardising global metro tunnel sizes].
Letter To The Editor Article Global News 25 Jul 2012 0 Stars

Presenting in good time

How long should a conference paper be? What is the ideal period to ensure that speakers can get their points across and, at the same time, keep the audience’s attention without them transferring prematurely to a parallel stream?
Comment Article Comment 25 Jul 2012 0 Stars

ARUP launches deep geology joint venture

Design and engineering consultancy Ove Arup & Partners (Arup) has launched a deep-geology business offering a broad range of underground investigation and monitoring services.
Magazine Article Global News 25 Jul 2012 0 Stars

Sandvik updates iSure to work with DT jumbos

At a recent gathering of journalists in Bangkok, Thailand, Sandvik presented the latest release (6.5.0) of its iSure tunnel and underground excavation process control tool, which was first launched in 2008
Magazine Article Global News 25 Jul 2012 0 Stars

Breakthrough at Great St Bernard

Last month saw the breakthrough of a Caterpillar Tunnelling double-shield, hard-rock TBM on the 5,774m service and safety tunnel at the Great St Bernard Tunnel.
Magazine Article Global News 25 Jul 2012 0 Stars

Veidekke wins Norway road and tunnel contract

Norway’s public roads administration, Statens Vegvesen, has awarded a US$22 million contract to Oslo-based infrastructure constructor Veidekke Entreprenør to secure an exposed stretch of road against avalanches and landslides.
Magazine Article Global News 25 Jul 2012 0 Stars

Innovation impedes inflows

New waterproofing techniques are being developed for century-old small railway tunnels in the Swiss Alps, reports Yves Boissonas
Magazine Article Features 25 Jul 2012 0 Stars

Strong support for fibres

Garry Martin argues for the inclusion of structural synthetic fibres in place of steel-cage reinforcement in the manufacture of concrete lining segments
Magazine Article Features 25 Jul 2012 0 Stars

Fibres reinforce innovation

Excavation of the Liefkenshoek rail tunnel, an ambitious project linking Antwerp’s left and right banks, has been facilitated by using steel fibre-reinforced concrete
Magazine Article Features 25 Jul 2012 0 Stars

Preparing the ground in Sofia

Sofia’s increasing population has necessitated a larger city metro, which is now being extended. Ground conditioning treatment has been applied while building the second phase
Magazine Article Features 25 Jul 2012 0 Stars

In at the deep end

Having started out as a draughtsman in the family firm, Walter Grantz went on to qualify as a civil engineer, with later specialisms in steel-shell immersed and submerged floating tunnels
Interview Article Features 25 Jul 2012 0 Stars

PB stalwart dies

US-based infrastructure provider Parsons Brinckerhoff (PB) has announced the death of tunnel ventilation expert William Kennedy. Mr Kennedy, who was 69, is regarded as instrumental in the development of ventilation systems for road and rail tunnels worldwide.
Magazine Article Global News 25 Jul 2012 0 Stars

Crossrail resurrects historic tunnel – temporarily

A disused tram tunnel in the heart of London is to be used temporarily for the construction of Crossrail, the cross-London urban rail system currently under construction.
Magazine Article Global News 25 Jul 2012 0 Stars
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Professional PlacementsProfessional Placements: Executive Director - PDAC

The Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) is seeking an Executive Director (ED) to oversee its operations from its headquarters in Toronto, Ontario

Russian precious metals company Polymetal International plc’s commitment to establishing an extensive pipeline of growth projects has continued with the acquisition of the Kyzyl gold project.
Russian precious-metals company Polymetal International plc has made significant progress at the Semcha platinum-group metals (PGM) property in the past year as it moves the project towards a preliminary economic assessment
The Republic of Guinea intends to launch, pursuant to the mining Code, a competitive and transparent invitation to tender for three bauxite mining blocks located in the prefectures of Boffa, Boké and Télimélé.
Indochine Mining Limited is developing a high-grade gold project at Mt Kare in PNG by rapidly developing wide, high-grade gold zones
Sarama Resources is a West Africa-focused gold explorer with substantial landholdings in Burkina Faso, Liberia and Mali.

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