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25 September 2017
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Event

Register for next week’s Annual NZTS Short Course

The New Zealand Tunnelling Society (NZTS) will hold a short course on 5 October in Auckland focused on the topic of ‘Managing Uncertainty: Aspects of underground infrastructure delivery in New Zealand’.

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4 September 2017
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Tunnelling

CIMIC appoints Deputy CEO

CIMIC Group has appointed Michael Wright as its Deputy CEO, effective immediately.

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4 September 2017
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Utility using trenchless to construct AU$175 million of infrastructure

Queensland Urban Utilities is relying on Trenchless Technology to construct almost AU$175 million of major water and sewerage projects that are currently underway.

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4 September 2017
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Registration for No-Dig Down Under closes on Friday!

Registration for Australasia’s only dedicated Trenchless Technology conference, No-Dig Down Under (NDDU), closes on Friday 8 September 2017.

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4 September 2017
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Tunnelling

Mini TBM begins Melbourne Metro Tunnel utility relocation

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews and Public Transport Minister Jacinta Allan have inspected a mini tunnel boring machine (TBM) that has started relocating utilities in preparation for the Melbourne Metro Tunnel under St Kilda Road.

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21 August 2017
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TBM begins operations on Forrestfield-Airport Link

The Forrestfield-Airport Link’s first tunnel boring machine (TBM) has begun operations on the project in Perth, Western Australia.

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7 August 2017
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ASTT hosts Technical Forums in Australia and New Zealand

The ASTT has successfully hosted a Technical Forums in Victoria, New South Wales, and New Zealand during July.

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7 August 2017
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Water

John Holland appoints new COO

John Holland has appointed Rod Heale as its new Chief Operating Officer (COO).

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21 July 2017
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Installation

Sydney Metro prepares to start northwest tunnel

After the first stage of tunnelling was completed a year ago, Sydney Metro has prepared to start tunnelling under Sydney harbour and through Sydney’s CBD.

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21 July 2017
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Victorian Premier announces builder of Metro Tunnel and new jobs

The Victorian Government has revealed the joint venture (JV) that has been selected to build the AU$6 billion Metro Tunnel and announced that nearly 7,000 new jobs will be created by the project.

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27 June 2017
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Boring

John Holland wins Sydney Harbour rail crossing contract

John Holland has been awarded the contract to tunnel underneath Sydney Harbour as part of the AU$2.81 billion Sydney Metro project.

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30 May 2017
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WATCH: Forrestfield-Airport Link TBM arrives onsite

The first of two tunnel boring machines (TBMs) that will be used on the AU$1.86 billion Forrestfield-Airport Link has arrived onsite.

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28 April 2017
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Final chance to advertise in Australasian Trenchless Directory 2017

Advertising opportunities are available for the 2017 edition of the Australasian Trenchless Directory.

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18 April 2017
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Utility relocation begins at Forrestfield Airport Link site

Work has started to relocate utilities at one of the Forrestfield Airport Link’s major construction sites in the eastern suburbs of Perth.

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6 March 2017
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Microtunnelling on CRL reaches milestone

The first portion of microtunnelling has been completed on a new rail infrastructure project in Auckland, New Zealand.

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22 February 2017
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Melbourne infrastructure event features MMRA CEO

The CEO of one of the largest transport infrastructure projects even undertaken in Australia, will make a presentation on the project at an event in Melbourne next month.

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23 January 2017
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WSP appoints tunnels manager in New Zealand

WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff has appointed a new Geotechnics and Tunnels Team Manager in New Zealand.

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6 June 2016
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WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff adds to Australasian team

The company has expanded its Australian and New Zealand transport team with the addition of six tunnelling specialists.

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11 May 2016
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Federal Budget supports rail projects.
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Federal Budget supports rail projects

William Cox, a spokesperson for infrastructure and asset management consultancy firm Aurecon Group, has praised the Federal Government’s support of metro rail projects in the most recent Federal Budget.

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9 May 2016
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MMRA PPP epected to attract international interest.
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MMRA PPP brings international interest

The Melbourne Metro Rail Authority (MMRA) has opened expressions of interest (EOIs) to join the Public Private Partnership (PPP) that will deliver the Melbourne Metro rail project, and is anticipating applications from several international companies.

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2 May 2016
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EOIs open for Melbourne Metro Rail partnership

The Victorian Government is now seeking expressions of interest to join the Public Private Partnership that will deliver the Melbourne Metro Rail Project.

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20 April 2016
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EOIs open for Sydney Metro tunnelling contract

Sydney Metro is now inviting expressions of interest for the second stage of the Sydney Metro City & Southwest project, which involves the construction of twin rail tunnels under Sydney Harbour.

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18 April 2016
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ASTT Technical Forum comes to Sydney

The NSW Chapter of the ASTT will hold its first 2016 Technical Forum on 27 April at the Parramatta RSL in Sydney.

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1 April 2016
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Amaroo Main Sewer reaches major breakthrough

John Holland recently confirmed the latest TBM breakthrough on Yarra Valley Water’s Amaroo Main Sewer Project.

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22 March 2016
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Top 10 industry influencers to follow on YouTube

Our list includes Australian utilities, significant industry associations, and major infrastructure project channels.

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8 March 2016
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Melbourne Metro attracts international interest

The Melbourne Metro Rail Project has caught the attention of 44 organisations from 11 different countries.

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