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Sandvik at the World Tunnel Congress 2018: Optimize your drilling

The World Tunnel Congress 2018 is taking place in Dubai, United Arabic Emirates from April 22nd to the 26th. The world’s leading tunneling event brings together experts from all around the world. As a proud bronze sponsor of the event Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology is participating. At the Sandvik stand there will be the possibility to see an isuretm software demo and to find out more about Sandvik’s array of tunneling solutions.

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Salini Impregilo wins Paris Metro Contract

Salini Impregilo has won a €203-million contract to extend a Paris metro line to the Orly airport south of the French capital. It marks not only the Group’s return to France 20 years since it worked on the city’s Est-Ouest Liaison Express (EOLE), but also its entry into the Grand Paris Express, a massive project that will expand the city’s public transport network to the periphery by 2030.

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Andrew Wolstenholme to step down as Crossrail Chief Executive

Crossrail Limited today announced that as part of the planned demobilisation of its delivery and leadership team, Chief Executive Andrew Wolstenholme OBE is stepping down after seven years at the helm to take up a new role in the private sector. Programme Director Simon Wright OBE will lead the organisation in a combined role as Chief Executive & Programme Director, as it completes its remaining work.

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Specialist Foundation Engineering for Egypt’s Infrastructure

 

The story of Bauer Egypt S.A.E., the third oldest overseas subsidiary of Bauer Spezialtiefbau GmbH, is a true success story. The company has been involved in the construction of numerous bridges on the Nile, the first-ever bridge over the Suez Canal and several barrages. The subsidiary’s long list of past and present projects also includes many inner-city specialist foundation engineering projects – often in Cairo, where the company with its almost 1,500 employees has its headquarters.

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Herrenknecht Borer secures Power Supply in West Africa

In late July 2017, Coleman Microtunnelling, a subsidiary of Bothar Group Australia, successfully completed tunnelling for two power plant cooling water lines in Ghana with a Herrenknecht utility tunnelling machine. The new oil-gas power plant puts the supply of electricity for people and business for the country on the West African Atlantic coast on a more solid foundation.

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