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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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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

Light at the end of the tunnel

Former Cat Tunnelling Europe general manager Steve Duncombe talks to World Tunnelling about his new company, SD Tunnelling
Reports Article Features 18 Sep 2013 0 Stars

From mountains to the sea

Herrenknecht’s TBMs have been at work on several key global projects
Reports Article Features 18 Sep 2013 0 Stars

Tunnel Engineering Services expands its UK operations

Tunnel Engineering Services (UK)(TES) has expanded its manufacturing facilities in response to rising demand for larger-diameter tunnelling systems
Magazine Article Global News 18 Sep 2013 0 Stars

New blood

A recent report has revealed that the shotcrete/ sprayed concrete market will have a value of around US$6.5 billion by 2018
Comment Article Comment 18 Sep 2013 0 Stars

‘Bat tunnel’ move gets under way

Galashiels might not quite be Gotham City, but it does have a bat problem
Magazine Article Global News 18 Sep 2013 0 Stars

Final breakthrough for Hallandsås

Tunnel boring machine Åsa has broken through on the north side of Hallandsås in Sweden
Magazine Article Global News 18 Sep 2013 0 Stars

A thinking professional’s reply

Dear Editor, I refer to the article by Peter Tarkoy in the September 2013 edition of World Tunnelling [pages 17-18]
Letter To The Editor Article Global News 18 Sep 2013 0 Stars

Eurotunnel makes safety appointment

Groupe Eurotunnel has appointed Philippe de Lagune as safety and ethics director
Magazine Article Global News 18 Sep 2013 0 Stars

DMT launches new surveying instrument

German company DMT has developed a new gyroscope for measuring direction in areas such as tunnel building
Breaking News Article Global News 29 Aug 2013 0 Stars

Mary marks Crossrail’s half-way point

After starting her journey from Plumstead (UK) in May Crossrail TBM Mary has broken through into the station box at Woolwich, marking the half-way point of tunnelling south of the Thames
Breaking News Article Global News 29 Aug 2013 0 Stars

Evelyn lights up the Grid

UK electricity and gas utility company National Grid has succeeded in the latest phase of its London Power Tunnels project
Breaking News Article Global News 29 Aug 2013 0 Stars

Tube upgrade team named

A team of five consultants has been awarded the high-profile delivery partner contract for London Underground’s (LU) £331 million (US$513.4 million) stations upgrade programme
Breaking News Article Global News 29 Aug 2013 0 Stars

Where are the girls?

Engineering continues to be male dominated, but should that be a cause for concern?
Comment Article Comment 14 Aug 2013 0 Stars

Spraying solutions

Patrick Reynolds looks at sprayable waterproof membranes for tunnels and also some of the research that is being undertaken
Magazine Article Features 14 Aug 2013 0 Stars

Netherton Tunnel structure rejuvenated

Engineers recently completed major repair works to the historic Netherton Tunnel – the UK's last tunnel to be constructed during the golden age of canal building
Magazine Article Global News 14 Aug 2013 0 Stars

Light at end of tunnel for equipment market?

Having been adversely affected by slow economic growth during the global financial downturn, the heavy construction equipment market now looks set to enjoy a period of positive correction
Magazine Article Global News 14 Aug 2013 0 Stars
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