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Tue, 30 April 2013 A leading pipeline rehabilitation company is set for major growth with two recent developments. Tue, 30 April 2013 The upcoming 31st ISTT No-Dig Event, to be held at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre from 1-4 September 2013, will provide delegates with extensive opportunities to further their knowledge of the trenchless industry and trenchless techniques. Mon, 29 April 2013 Construction will begin this week on the Loch Sport Sewerage Scheme, an $A40.3 million project that will deliver reticulated sewerage services to approximately 2,700 properties in the lakeside township of Loch Sport. Sun, 21 April 2013 Barwon Water will spend almost half a million dollars upgrading watermains in central Colac, Victoria, over the next two months. Sun, 14 April 2013 Works have begun on a key project, which is considering utilising horizontal directional drilling, that will secure the water supply in Terang, Victoria. Thu, 4 April 2013 Arrow Bowen Pipeline, a wholly owned subsidiary of Arrow Energy, is considering horizontal directional drilling for construction in challenging environments of a 600 km long transmission pipeline. AMC’s new drilling fluid MAXIVIS is providing significant operational, economic and environmental benefits to customers and is ideal for use in horizontal directional drilling projects. Trenchless Australasia speaks with industry expert and Sydney Water Principal Civil Engineer Sudipta Basu about the role of Trenchless Technology in Sydney, his predictions for the future of the technology, and his involvement at the ASTT conference. Trenchless Australasia spoke with Yarra Valley Water’s David Fox about the utility’s $A2.7 million project to replace a 100-year-old sewer siphon that crosses underneath Melbourne’s Yarra River in Abbotsford by using horizontal directional drilling. National Directional Drilling recently delivered the installation of underground utilities for what the company has labelled as Australia’s most advanced lighting towers. The New South Wales Roads and Maritime Services is upgrading the Princes Highway between Mount Pleasant and Toolijooa Road. As part of the work, a 400 mm DICL watermain required relocation to a new route that would pass under creeks and through environmentally sensitive locations. Codmah was contracted to install the pipe using horizontal directional drilling through a challenging site. Tue, 26 March 2013 A number of companies are seeking drill operators, CCTV operators, locators and trackers. Tue, 5 March 2013 Recently released tenders across New South Wales include renewal of stormwater assets and horizontal drilling and microtunnelling services. Mon, 4 March 2013 Codmah is looking for HDD operators and trackers who have experience on a variety of rigs. Fri, 22 February 2013 The social events and touring opportunities have been confirmed for the Sydney-based International No-Dig Down Under 2013, and include exhibition opening cocktails, a tour on the beautiful Sydney Harbour and the prestigious ISTT and ASTT Awards Night and Gala dinner at an iconic Sydney location. Tue, 19 February 2013 Recently released tenders across New South Wales and Queensland include the supply of pipes, fittings and valves; rehabilitation services including CCTV and relining works; and trenchless installation of pipe under roads and rail. Thu, 14 February 2013 A section of the Envestra-owned Wide Bay Pipeline has been damaged beyond repair from recent flooding, with horizontal directional drilling to be used to install a new section of replacement pipeline. Wed, 23 January 2013 Trenchless Australasia introduces you to the event partners and sponsors already locked in for the 31st ISTT No-Dig Conference and Exhibition, to be located in Sydney from 1-4 September 2013. Wed, 16 January 2013 The CERES wind farm project, which will involve two 74 km underground and undersea cables that will partially be installed with directional drilling, has taken a major step forward with the lodging of its project development application. Tue, 8 January 2013 NBN Co has signed contracts with two companies for services connecting flats and units to the NBN. Thu, 20 December 2012 To remind all trenchless professionals of the most important news of 2012, Trenchless Australasia has put together the top 5 most viewed trenchless articles below. Codmah has been pushing the boundaries of thrust boring with a range of recent projects, challenging the recognised limits and capabilities of the technology and demonstrating it can be considered a viable and cost-effective alternative to other trenchless methods. Tue, 18 December 2012 Recently released tenders across Australia include delivery of sewer rehabilitation, CCTV inspection, horizontal directional drilling pipe installation and sewer relining contracts. Mon, 17 December 2012 UEA Trenchless recently completed a 110 m 450 mm diameter bore using pilot tube microtunnelling methods beneath the Bruce Highway at Dakabin, 26 km north of Brisbane.