Fri 22 May 2015
Auckland utility Watercare plans to spend over $NZ4 billion over the next decade on new water and wastewater infrastructure projects, with funding to come from added service...
Wed 13 May 2015
Funding for infrastructure development in North Australia and money still available for Victoria’s shelved East West Link project were among the highlights of the...
Coliban Water has issued a tender for the air scouring and swabbing for approximately 70 km of water mains within the utility’s water network in Victoria.
Unitywater will provide an overview of its future capital works program and brief stakeholders on the Kawana STP K150 Upgrade project in an upcoming presentation in Caboolture, Queensland.
Tasmania’s City of Launceston is seeking tenders for the upgrade of an existing stormwater main, stating directional drilling is the preferred method for the upgrade.
We are heading full speed into 2015 and members of the Australasian Society of Trenchless Technology (ASTT) and the trenchless industry in general should be able to look forward to a number of items this year.
On behalf of the ASTT, I extend a warm welcome to the following new members:
For my first column as South Australian councillor, I thought I’d get out the crystal ball to predict what 2015 will bring for the state’s trenchless sector.
UEA Project Manager Thomas Carolan examines the extremely accurate and environmentally friendly trenchless technique of pilot tube microtunnelling, from its initial development overseas to its successful deployment on many Australian projects.
A series of microtunnelling projects in the Victorian countryside have overcome heritage-listed parks and gardens, high groundwater levels and a range of subsurface conditions and are now nearing completion.
by Ian Bateman, Director of Interflow
Interflow Director Dr Ian Bateman looks at the rise of pipeline and culvert rehabilitation using flexible liners, predicting a bright future ahead for the subset of...
Trenchless industry consultant Lance Horlyck discusses the outcomes of a recent lining design workshop that gathered participants from across the globe – and what these outcomes mean for Australia.
07 - 11 September 2015
The ASTT’s No-Dig show will be returning in 2015, this time to the beautiful Gold Coast. No-Dig Down Under 2015 is the 11th conference and exhibition of the Australasian Society for Trenchless Technology (ASTT).