The North East Link Program (NELP) has started the new year by commencing construction on the project’s launch box in Watsonia.
Microtunnelling contractor Rob Carr is the tunneller of choice in the Fulton Hogan Delplant Beca joint venture’s (FHDB) sewer works beneath the streets of South Melbourne on behalf of South East Water.
Watercare tunnelling projects are already well underway for 2023 in Auckland, with progress being made in Warkworth, and the Central Interceptor project.
Heading into the wet season in northern Queensland, Edge Underground – part of OptionX Group – were working against extreme heat and flash flooding on a microtunnelling project to complete three lines, with one under a major state highway.
New Zealand is responding to projected population growth and upgrading ageing wastewater pipes in the country’s major trenchless works for the last year.
Central Highlands Water’s Ballarat Sewer Build will commence stage 2 of its duplication in 2023 with microtunnelling beneath Humffray Street South.
Watercare’s tunnel boring machine for the Central Interceptor project in New Zealand has completed its undersea crossing of Manukau Harbour.
L&D Micro Tunnelling has released a video showing the progression of a trenchless installation in Melbourne.
Rob Carr has taken home the 2022 national award for civil construction at the National CCF awards in Canberra.
The partnership of two Soletanche Bachy Group companies, Rob Carr and March Construction, is providing unmatched experience and capability in civil and trenchless construction in New Zealand.
S&Z Australia is drilling through rock in Yarraville to install conduits for the new Western Hospital in Melbourne.
Rob Carr’s Gnangara Branch Sewer Section 2 project has received a Contractors Federation (CCF) WA award.
Used and recommended by pipeline and civil contractors around the world, kwik-ZIP centraliser and spacer systems are solving production casing centralisation challenges across New Zealand.
DJ Mac Cormick Contractors have achieved yet another shining success on one of its longest single drives for non-man entry to date.
Watercare’s proactive upgrades program is full steam ahead as final preparations are made to commence work on the new Warkworth-Snells wastewater pipe north of Auckland. Read more
The Australasian Society for Trenchless Technology (ASTT) is bringing its trenchless training course along to the Water New Zealand Conference & Expo next week. Read more
An extra 1.5 km has been added to the Central Interceptor project as Watercare’s massive tunnel boring machine reaches Manukau Harbour. Read more
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Microtunnelling contractor Rob Carr is thriving as a key member of one of the world’s largest construction networks.
To celebrate the imminent launch of the Metro Tunnel Project’s first tunnel boring machine (TBM), Rail Projects Victoria and the Metro Tunnel Creative Program provided an on-site activation.
The work so far has involved the relocation of a number of underground power, water, gas and sewer lines to minimise the impact on the community once tunnel construction begins.
Edge Underground has successfully tackled a complex microtunnelling job in Victoria.
The project includes one of the longest drives carried out in WA. This project involves the construction of a 1.9 km wastewater pipeline with a diameter of 2.2 metres (m) through a combination of micro tunnelling and open trench construction.
Heading into the wet season in northern Queensland, Edge Underground was working against extreme heat and flash flooding on a microtunnelling project to complete three lines – with one under a major state highway.
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North East Water has confirmed that the Beechworth sewer upgrade in underway.