1 - 10 Results of 6
There’s a lot happening beneath the surface, thanks to burgeoning construction opportunities and superior equipment and expertise on offer, finds Charu Bahri.
Vendors can see bright opportunities for their array of tunnelling and trenching equipment, discovers CHARU BAHRI.
The recently held Tech Infra Projects Meet in Mumbai highlighted opportunities in the Mumbai metro with a focus on tunnel boring technology. In 2006, the foundation stone was laid for Mumbai Metro Line 1; in June 2014, the city got its first metro line
Optimistic. Despite a sluggish market, I still see a lot of opportunities. With many companies being in financial trouble, our competitors have reduced by half or even two-thirds.
With more than 60 years of innovation and experience, Robbins
has been involved in 100s of projects and tunnels excavated using
tunnel boring machines (TBMs)
around the world.
The first of two Slurry TBMs, a rebuilt 6.65 m (21.8 ft) diameter machine, passed its factory acceptance on September 4, 2017 in Singapore. The machine, fitted with a Robbins cutterhead and outer shields, is destined for the Mumbai Metro Line-3 under contract UGC03 for the Dogus-Soma JV (DSJV), and will begin excavation in late 2017.