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21 June 2017
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Five minutes with Mark Trembath

Trenchless Australasia speaks to Primus Line’s first Australasian representative Mark Trembath about his how he got his start in trenchless, some of his most memorable projects, and the role of the ASTT in growing the industry.

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21 June 2017
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Freeway microtunnelling

Pezzimenti Trenchless has successfully completed the installation of a 700 mm concrete pipeline underneath the Monash Freeway, as part of the Fulton Hogan-managed upgrade of the road.

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21 June 2017
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Pipejacking under a vital rail line and road link

D.J. Mac Cormick Contractors recently completed the installation of a DN1400 water main underneath the Southwest Highway and Brookfield freight line in Serpentine, south of Perth.

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21 June 2017
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A pipe cracking effort on a Maribyrnong sewer

Trenchless expert Harris Civil has completed a challenging pipe renewal project on the outskirts of Melbourne, relying on the power and dependability of a TT Asia-Pacific Goliath machine.

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21 June 2017
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Hydro vacuum excavation: the safest way to dig

The popularity of hydro excavation is on the rise due to its many advantages over traditional forms of excavation, chief among them its ability to minimise damage to underground infrastructure.

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20 June 2017
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A golden solution for Bendigo’s groundwater issues

Coliban Water awarded Veolia a horizontal directional drilling (HDD) contract for the construction of a 5.4 km dual pipeline to solve a groundwater issue which has plagued the community of Bendigo, Victoria since gold mining in the region ceased several years ago.

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20 June 2017
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HDD operations in water environments

Trenchless Australasia speaks to horizontal directional drilling (HDD) expert and Stockton Drilling Services Director Charles Stockton about drilling operations in water environments, particularly shore crossings.

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20 June 2017
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The Drain Man acquires advanced sewer technology suite

The Drain Man has acquired an advanced suite of sewer technology from Austeck, which the company’s founder says makes its fleet of sewer rehabilitation equipment among the “best in the world”.

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20 June 2017
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Spiral wound

Rotaloc spiral wound liner gets stronger

The successful installation of an enhanced spiral wound liner is the result of Interflow and Sekisui Rib Loc Australia (SRLA) working closely together to provide the innovative Trenchless Technology solutions.

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20 June 2017
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Slow crack growth resistance and allowable notch depth

This paper provides a critical review of the installation requirements from pressure boundary integrity considerations, on the premise of not allowing defects in pipe that are greater than 10 per cent of the wall thickness.

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20 June 2017
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Vale William ‘Bill’ Goodman

One of the ASTT’s most celebrated members, William ‘Bill’ Goodman, passed away in April of this year. Bill was an industry pioneer and actively contributed to the advancement of no-dig technologies in the region. Here, the ASTT and Trenchless Australasia celebrate Bill’s life, his many achievements, and his contribution to the Australasian industry.

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16 June 2017
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June edition of Trenchless Australasia now online

The latest edition of Trenchless Australasia magazine is now available to be read online as a digital magazine.

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14 June 2017
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Spiire designs stormwater harvesting at Melbourne Airport

In 2015, Spiire celebrated the completion of one of Australia’s most innovative stormwater harvesting projects at Melbourne Airport which was completed in just 18 months.

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29 May 2017
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TT Asia-Pacific cracks pipes in New Zealand

Trenchless contractor G.P. Friel has completed the renewal of a 180 m pipeline using TRACTO-TECHNIK’s GRUNDOCRACK pipe bursting system in Wellington, New Zealand. According to the contractor the project could be the longest pipe cracking renewal ever undertaken in the country.

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29 May 2017
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Tunneline extends culvert service life

After being awarded a VicRoads contract for the design and repair of two culverts underneath a busy highway in Victoria, ITS Pipetech specially designed Tunneline® liners to complete the job.

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21 April 2017
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Spoutvac pushes the boundaries

With fuel savings in store for operators, Spoutvac Australia continues to innovate in vacuum and drain equipment manufacturing

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21 April 2017
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Spoutvac takes on RSP equipment

One of Australia’s leading manufacturers and servicers of vacuum trucks and drain cleaning equipment, Spoutvac, has added the German-made RSP vacuum excavation equipment to its portfolio.

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21 April 2017
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Proteus steps up innovation drive

Pipeline inspection equipment manufacturer, Mini-Cam, has unveiled several new additions to its line of Mini-Cam products, including the Proteus CRP90 crawler and the CAM028 camera. Mini-Cam Proteus products are distributed in Australia through Spoutvac Industries.

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18 April 2017
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CRC completes records breaking HDD installation

What is believed to be one of Australia’s longest 1 m diameter horizontal directional drilling (HDD) installations has been executed in Cairns, Queensland. With the worksite bordering a popular recreation facility and main road, the team used trenchless methods to complete work on the restricted site footprint.

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18 April 2017
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IDS: capturing reality underground

Matthias Twardzik and Mark Bell from IDS GeoRadar discuss how they believe the creation of a centralised database for ground penetrating radar (GPR) data, and information from other locating equipment, would result in many clear industry advantages.

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4 April 2017
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Tapex secures Copperhead distribution

Tapex is now distributing Copperhead® in Australia. The copperclad tracer wire has a steel core and is a good solution for trenchless installations where traditional copper tracer wires lack the tensile strength to remain intact.

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4 April 2017
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Rehabilitation gives veteran Carlton sewer new lease on life

Melbourne Water recently completed a major trenchless project in Melbourne’s inner-north, rehabilitating a 100-year-old sewer and constructing a new 510 m gravity sewer in Carlton. The work, which was completed by a John Holland-KBR Joint Venture (JV), took close to two years to complete.

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21 March 2017
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March edition of Trenchless Australasia now online

The latest edition of Trenchless Australasia magazine is now available to be read online as a digital magazine.

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6 February 2017
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CCTV

Cracking the code: Part two

The second instalment in a two-part series, this article looks at the requirements to ensure a useful and accurate CCTV inspection report.

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23 January 2017
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Interflow celebrates 80 years of innovation and service

Interflow marked the 80th anniversary of its founding on 11 November 2016; the milestone provided an opportunity to reflect on and celebrate its past success and the strengths of the company culture as it looks to the future.

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20 January 2017
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December edition of Trenchless Australasia now online

The latest edition of Trenchless Australasia magazine is now available to be read online as a digital magazine.

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