TRN 12 June 2019


Trenchless Australasia update 13 June 2019

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ASTT introduces No-Dig Down Under utility and council scholarships

ASTT has introduced 10 utility and council scholarships for attendance at No-Dig Down Under 2019.

Central Interceptor enters next stage of construction

Trenchless Australasia speaks to Watercare CEO Raveen Jaduram on the progress of New Zealand’s Central Interceptor project.

Water main installation using trenchless

Trenchless technology will be used to install a new water main in Meadow Springs, Western Australia.

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Cross River Rail moves onto next stage

Cross River Rail has moved onto the next stage of the development.

View the latest trenchless technology tenders

Trenchless Australasia has teamed up with Australian Tenders to bring readers the latest trenchless tenders.

Trenchless technology draft training products open for review

The updated training products for skilled operators working in trenchless technology are now available online for review.

Registrations open for major projects conference

Registrations have opened for the 11th Annual New South Wales Major Projects Conference, taking place on 17–18 September 2019.


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No-Dig Down Under 2019

10 – 13 September 2019

No-Dig Down Under Conference and Exhibition will take place in Melbourne, Australia on 10-13 September 2019.

Trenchless Asia 2019

17 – 18 July 2019

NSW Major Projects Conference

17 – 18 September 2019

Water New Zealand Conference and Expo

17 – 20 September 2019

Follow @TrenchlessOz on Twitter

The latest #Trenchless Australasia e-news is out, featuring #ASTT, #NDDU19, #Watercare, @CrossRiverRail and more!…

We’re pleased to advise we have nearly completed stage 1 of the Burnley St water main project Look out for changes to nth & sth bound traffic & parking impacts on the east side of Burnley St (btwn Bliss & Farmer Sts) Shop & pedestrian access will remain open. Thx for yr patience! Retweeted by
Trenchless Oz Mag

For our pipes, age is not an indication of their structural quality. At 108 years and calling Norwood home, our oldest water main to never experience a leak is proving age is just a number. Still in sound condition, it will be going strong for years to come. #WaterMain101 Retweeted by
Trenchless Oz Mag

The first piece of the red tunnel boring machine (TBM) named after Joan Kirner, has been lowered into the station box at the site of the new North Melbourne Station. This piece of the front section of the TBM was lowered 20 metres into the station box by a 400-tonne crawler crane Retweeted by
Trenchless Oz Mag

Announcement. New One Day Rule coming into effect 1st July 2019. Duty of Care still applies #dutyofcare #assetprotection Retweeted by
Trenchless Oz Mag

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