ISTT members have had a very busy spring. In mid-April, ISTT Past Chairman Sam Ariaratnam and current ISTT Vice Chairman Enrico Boi both attended the China society’s 19th No-Dig event in Qingdao. I joined Ariaratnam and Boi afterward in Beijing and visited venues for next year’s International No-Dig 2016 Beijing.
Charles Stockton discusses quality control, risk management and the rise of horizontal directional drilling in Australia’s oil and gas industry.
Innovative use of microtunnelling on Chevron Australia’s Wheatstone Project smashes industry records and minimises environmental effects.
Fusible PVC® pipe selected for potable water pipeline crossing beneath Pearl Harbor.
Trenchless International interviews three prominent women in Europe and Asia’s no-dig sectors to ask them how they got their starts, their career highlights and any advice they have for women...
An Ohio underground construction company has reduced drilling fluid disposal and associated costs by incorporating a reclaimer into its equipment fleet.
Pipe ramming alternative spares city months of permit approval delays from isolated glacial till deposit.
Inside the largest rectangular-shaped sewer rehabilitation project in Hong Kong.
Award-winning young engineer Liam MacFarlane takes part in three enlightening trenchless industry placements in Hong Kong.
Held at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, the ISTT’s 33rd annual International No-Dig Conference and Exhibition is coming on strong.
Affiliated Societies from Hong Kong and Japan joined supporting organisations for a successful technical forum on trenchless pipe rehabilitation and installation techniques in April.
No-Dig Berlin held in conjunction with leading German water industry event.
Delegates and visitors congregate to Qingdao to see the best of China’s trenchless industry.