Rangedale has opened a depot in Epping, allowing the supplier to keep up with increased demand from clients in Melbourne’s north east.
The North East Link Program (NELP) has started the new year by commencing construction on the project’s launch box in Watsonia.
Herrenknecht has added fully a fully electric rig to its HDD portfolio.
Ditch Witch CEA is helping New South Wales horizontal drilling company Pace Drilling with a range of construction challenges.
Horizontal directional drilling is seen as one of the higher risk areas in the infrastructure sector. Climate change is further increasing this risk as extreme weather events become more frequent.
Safety is critical to the success of an energy construction project. More importantly, it is the basis of a strong energy construction company.
As regional utilities make moves to fortify and expand their networks around the state, trenchless operators are overcoming challenging geology and preserving environments with expertise.
Vacuum excavators are the often unsung hero of the trenchless technology world, quickly and effectively moving soil when needed so that horizontal directional drilling can take place.
Civil and trenchless drainage specialist M Tucker & Sons is expanding its services it can offer customers and tackling no-dig waste at the same time.
Prime Drilling has earned a reputation as a supplier of high-precision horizontal directional drilling equipment not only in Australia but across the world.
In a bid to celebrate the achievements and growth of the trenchless industry, Trenchless Australasia will be running a new question and answer segment.
In October, TRACTO Australia hosted a group of contractors and partners from Australia and New Zealand at one of the world’s largest construction events in Munich, Germany.
New Zealand is responding to projected population growth and upgrading ageing wastewater pipes in the country’s major trenchless works for the last year.
Te Aratika Infrastructure is a unique trenchless contractor, with education and a desire to improve the lives of its community a driving factor behind the company’s operation.
All industry operators want to deliver quality work for their clients. Maxibor’s Health, Safety, Environment and Quality (HSEQ) Manager Rebecca O’Meley understands the connection between holistic safety practices and quality assurance in HDD.
Servicing can be hard to fit into the busy schedule of an owner/operator, but Vermeer Australia makes the process easy for customers, offering support throughout the whole process.
Ditch Witch CEA is helping infrastructure specialists, like Civtech, deliver on telecommunications networks, civil and utilities infrastructure.
OptionX Group has formed and is ready to service all areas of the drilling and tunnelling industry.
Installing pipelines via trenchless methods such as microtunnelling in areas where there has been volcanic activity presents a number of challenges.
S&Z Australia is drilling through rock in Yarraville to install conduits for the new Western Hospital in Melbourne.
Horizontal directional drilling (HDD) supplier Queensland Drilling Sales and Supplies (QDS) continues to provide Australian operators with industry-leading and dependable equipment.
Trenchless Australasia has teamed up with Australian Tenders to bring readers the latest trenchless tenders.
Internationally, New Zealand punches well above its weight, whether it be in academia, entertainment or sports. The same is true in trenchless technology.
Horizontal directional drilling (HDD) manufacturer TRACTO has launched the company’s newest machine at one of the world’s largest construction events.
Auckland’s water and wastewater company, Watercare, has turned to trenchless technologies to overcome many of the challenges of its pipe renewal programs.
Yarra Valley Water is currently installing 91 kms of a reticulated pressure sewer network in the Dandenong Ranges, a feat made possible only with the advent of trenchless technology.