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14 Jan 2021             ALERT SIGNUP
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TBMs in difficult ground lecture

Three difficult TBM projects of recent times are the focus of the BTS lecture by Lok Home of Robbins next Thursday 21 Jan 2021

New TBM for St Louis CSO drive

A replacement Robbins TBM will complete a St Louis CSO storage drive after the original TBM became trapped underground

Rohtang pushed NATM to limits

The Rohtang highway project high in the Himalayas in India taxed the excavation teams to the limits both logistically and geologically

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From the Archive
2009: TBM advantages for AMR in India
2001: Record setting Yellow River TBMs
2000: Early TBM experience at Qinling
1995: Critical elements for NATM success

Difficult rock and ground conditions push excavation efforts to the limit - for men, methods and machinery. With every technical advance and success, the reach is for ever greater achievements and possibilities. It is experience that tempers expectations.

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