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This page lists all articles in the Europe region in the World Tunnelling database. You can sort the list by type, date, or reader rating. To browse another section, use the menu in the column on the right.
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The strongest link

Engineering, design and consultancy company Ramboll reveals its portfolio of recent and ongoing tunnelling work across Scandinavia
Reports Article Features 18 Oct 2013 0 Stars

Catching up in Copenhagen

Rodney Craig provides an update on the Copenhagen New Circle Line after two years of construction
Headline Article Features 18 Oct 2013 0 Stars

Evaluating fixed firefighting systems

Recent catastrophic fires in road tunnels and a new confidence in water-spray and mist systems have had a profound effect on the use of fixed fire-fighting methods in tunnels. Professor Haukur Ingason looks at what is on offer
Headline Article Features 18 Oct 2013 0 Stars

Keeping BBMV workers safe

New inspection tag improves safety in and around tunnels
Reports Article Features 18 Oct 2013 0 Stars

Taking a global view

Experts shared their experiences at the International Urban Tunnelling Conference in London (UK) on September 17-18
Reports Article Features 18 Oct 2013 0 Stars

Ventilation actuators that can take the heat

ProMation Engineering has completed a key milestone for international ventilation applications in rail and road tunnels
Magazine Article Global News 18 Oct 2013 0 Stars

Femern PINs date on contracts

Femern is poised to announce two major new turnkey construction contracts for the establishment of the fixed tunnel link under the Fehmarn Belt in the Baltic Sea, connecting Germany and Denmark
Magazine Article Global News 18 Oct 2013 0 Stars

Alas, poor Yorick!

To what extent are our cities icebergs? We used to aim for the sky in our architectural and modal transportation endeavours. Diminishing land space prompts us to push up through the urban tangle
Comment Article Comment 18 Oct 2013 0 Stars

Jacobs names date for SKM acquisition

Jacobs Engineering Group will complete its acquisition of Australian consultancy Sinclair Knight Merz (SKM) by the end of December this year
Magazine Article Global News 18 Oct 2013 0 Stars

Crossrail benefits to spread across UK

While its 26 miles (41.8km) of tunnels will directly benefit citizens and businesses of the south of the UK, Crossrail’s economic impact is spreading to the Midlands region of the country
Magazine Article Global News 18 Oct 2013 0 Stars

Award for Sterling international effort

Stirling Lloyd, a UK-based manufacturer of high-performance waterproofing systems for tunnels, has been awarded the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in recognition of its continued international success
Magazine Article Global News 18 Oct 2013 0 Stars

Skanska appoints Persson

In November Magnus Persson will begin his new role as senior vice-president of investor relations at Skanska. Persson has been employed at Skanska since 2006
Magazine Article Global News 18 Oct 2013 0 Stars

Expanding opportunities

New business in sectors outside mining has paved the way for changes to traditional roadheaders. As technologies advance and markets expand, these trends appear set to continue in tunnelling. Patrick Reynolds reports
Headline Article Features 18 Oct 2013 0 Stars

Holding breath

Excavation equipment is being put to the test on the globe’s longest underwater road tunnel
Reports Article Features 18 Oct 2013 0 Stars

Robbins ready at Røssåga

TBM to be deployed in November on Norwegian power station project
Reports Article Features 18 Oct 2013 0 Stars

BASF launches Master brand

The world’s largest chemical company, BASF, is showcasing its expertise in chemical solutions for the mining and tunnelling industries under a new global brand
Magazine Article Global News 18 Oct 2013 0 Stars

Crossrail: a million tonnes later

What do you do with one million tonnes of 55-million-year-old earth? Crossrail’s answer is to return it to nature
Breaking News Article Global News 26 Sep 2013 0 Stars

Tunnel ventilation safety milestone

ProMation Engineering has completed a key milestone for international ventilation applications in rail and road tunnels
Breaking News Article Global News 26 Sep 2013 0 Stars

The key to planning ahead

On tunnel planning projects effective software programmes can lead to informed decisions prior to deployment of TBMs
Reports Article Features 18 Sep 2013 0 Stars

Approaching half way

The latest from the Crossrail machines boring their way under London
Reports Article Features 18 Sep 2013 0 Stars
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