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Another year, another round table

This issue includes one of the most popular editorial features this magazine carries: the Industry Leaders’ Round Table. WT invited some of the top names in global tunnelling to take part in a teleconference, held recently. Read the edited transcript of the event...
Comment Article Comment 23 Apr 2012 0 Stars

Shortlist drawn up for London's Crossrail fit-outs

Crossrail has announced a shortlist of five teams for a US$634 million tunnel fit-out contract in London
Headline Article Global News 23 Apr 2012 0 Stars

Hammering home soft ground issues

A project in southern Italy saw a tunnel face in soft ground stabilised using two different soil nailing techniques for ground reinforcement and pore water pressure reduction
Magazine Article Features 23 Apr 2012 0 Stars

Canary Wharf station box completed

The box structure for Canary Wharf station, one of Crossrail’s key interchanges in London, has been completed
Breaking News Article Global News 30 Mar 2012 0 Stars

Alpine team wins Stuttgart 21 tunnel

Austria-based Alpine Construction Co has announced that it is part of a team that has been awarded a US$386 million contract for the construction of the Bad Cannstatt feeder tunnel in Stuttgart, Germany
Breaking News Article Global News 30 Mar 2012 0 Stars

Femern industry day a success

Around 500 participants from 17 countries gathered in Copenhagen to learn about the construction of the proposed 18km tunnel under the Fehmarnbelt channel between Germany and Denmark
Breaking News Article Global News 30 Mar 2012 0 Stars

Consortium wins high-speed contract

A consortium led by ERM, which includes Mott MacDonald and Temple Group, has won two major environmental impact assessment contracts for the UK's High Speed 2 line
Breaking News Article Global News 30 Mar 2012 0 Stars

Crossrail TBM1 ready to go

The first of eight TBMs set to start tunnelling on London’s Crossrail project was unveiled recently at a ceremony in London, attended by Mayor Boris Johnson, transport secretary Justine Greening and other dignitaries
Headline Article Global News 27 Mar 2012 0 Stars

Draft anchor fixing guidelines

The UK-based Concrete Fixing Association (CFA) has circulated guidelines for fixing anchors into concrete and is now requesting feedback from specifiers, including engineers, contractors and consultants
Headline Article Global News 26 Mar 2012 0 Stars

Atlas Copco rolls out multi-purpose drill rig

Atlas Copco has announced the launch of the Boomer E1 C-DH face-drilling rig, hailed as one of the biggest diesel-hydraulic rigs on the market
Magazine Article Global News 26 Mar 2012 0 Stars

Veidekke and Hochtief sign Norwegian road-rail deal

Veidekke and Hochtief have signed a US$271 million contract to provide services for the new road and railway construction between Brøhaug and Strandlykkja, by Lake Mjøsa in Norway
Magazine Article Global News 26 Mar 2012 0 Stars

A long process

Rightly or wrongly, tunnels tend to come in for a bashing whenever a tragic accident occurs. Educating the public over their benefits will help, but it could take some time
Comment Article Comment 26 Mar 2012 0 Stars

Monaco launches traffic-busting city tunnel

Monaco has embarked on a US$131 million tunnel project, aimed at easing traffic on one of the Principality’s most heavily used entrances – the Boulevard de Jardin Exotique
Headline Article Global News 26 Mar 2012 0 Stars

ÅF Denmark and Pöyry win Femern work

A joint venture of ÅF Denmark and Pöyry Germany has won a US$8 million contract from the Danish Ministry of Transport.
Headline Article Global News 26 Mar 2012 0 Stars

New boss at Aker Wirth

TBM-maker Aker Wirth, subsidiary of international oil service company Aker Solutions, has announced that Einar Brønlund has taken over the management of the company. He succeeds Christoph Kleuters, who will be leaving shortly
Magazine Article Global News 26 Mar 2012 0 Stars

Schopf updates LHDs for a lower life-cycle cost

Germany-based Schopf has launched an updated series of load-haul-dump (LHD) vehicles for the tunnelling and mining sectors
Magazine Article Global News 26 Mar 2012 0 Stars

Around the world in many tunnels

Having had a successful international tunnelling career, François Pogu has turned his engineering efforts to London’s Lee Tunnel
Magazine Article Features 26 Mar 2012 0 Stars

Turning data into information

The plethora of data generated on a project needs careful management and modern techniques to extract maximum benefits for all. By Clemens Schmuck
Magazine Article Features 26 Mar 2012 0 Stars

Turning up the heat in Paris

CSM Bessac, in a JV with Darras & Jouannin, has completed a 2,110m heating tunnel. By Yann Rouillard
Magazine Article Features 26 Mar 2012 0 Stars

Potential savings in motion

Urs Müller, Patrick Kuhn and Gabriele Kadner discuss a novel way to boost quality and cost savings, based on kinematic crack detection and profile documentation
Magazine Article Features 26 Mar 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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