Two Tunnel Boring Machines (TBMs) have arrived in Queensland to be fitted out and deployed to dig Cross River Rail’s twin tunnels.
All four of the Metro Tunnel’s tunnel boring machines (TBMs) are now digging the project’s twin tunnels across Melbourne, with the launch of TBM Meg from the Arden site in North Melbourne
Tunnelling has officially started on Queensland’s largest,game-changing underground rail project Cross River Rail.
Creating some 7000 jobs over the life of the project, the Metro Tunnel is a critical piece of the puzzle in keeping Victorians in work and our state on-track for recovery.
2019 was a huge year for the Australian infrastructure sector, with unprecedented spending in various road and rail major projects. Here are the top stories of 2019.
by Anna Laver, Talent Acquisition & Marketing Manager at ConsultANZ Recruitment
New Zealand 2019 Construction Industry Survey The 2019 Construction Industry Survey is an annual survey commissioned by Civil Contractors New Zealand (CCNZ) and Teletrac Navman. It measures the big issues for New Zealand’s civil construction companies and provides necessary information to decision-makers. The survey results have revealed that uncertainty in the pipeline of new projects is severely impacting the civil construction… Read More
by Peter Laver, Director at ConsultANZ
Australia’s never had such a prolific tunnelling infrastructure boom in its entire history. As a conservative estimate into next year, there will be $28bn worth of tunnelling related projects either about to be let, underway or nearing completion across this great nation. The major methodologies employed in these projects will be road headers for the roading associated projects, and TBM… Read More