SECA has opened limited spots for enrolment in a range of CCTV training courses in February, to be held at its head office in Sydney’s Southwest.
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.
Hynds Pipe Systems had a double-win, increasing pipe capacity and reducing the carbon footprint for a client on the Hayton Rd project in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Trenchless Australasia has teamed up with Australian Tenders to bring readers the latest trenchless tenders.
Interflow have completed a seven-year upgrade project on Brisbane’s oldest and largest sewer pipeline, working nights to meet the unique challenges of the project.
Veolia claims that there are few companies have had as much of an influence on safety standards for high pressure water jetting.
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Ditch Witch CEA is helping New South Wales horizontal drilling company Pace Drilling with a range of construction challenges.
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.
Safety is critical to the success of an energy construction project. More importantly, it is the basis of a strong energy construction company.
SECA has expanded the training it can provide from its training centre.
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.
IDS GeoRadar’s Stream DP is the new compact GPR array solution for the highest depth performance in 3D utility mapping.
When the Hong Kong Drainage Services Department identified a badly damaged pipe, it was Smart Lock’s sleeve solution that empowered contractors to successfully rehabilitate the damaged section.
kwik-ZIP’s centraliser and spacer systems are solving production casing centralisation challenges throughout the pipeline industry, in Australia and overseas.
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 the 1950s, asbestos cement (AC) material became popular in the pressure pipe industry because of its good performance and durability. Used until the mid-1980s, AC then became a banned material worldwide.
Collaboration between Sydney Water and the University of Technology Sydney has resulted in new artificial intelligence (AI) technology to detect potential water main leaks and breaks, avoiding costly pipe failures.
In this new and regular column, Trenchless Australasia is tracking new appointments in Australia and New Zealand’s trenchless industries, celebrating the people who make the industry what it is.
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.