Asset Management

Cape Town invests in CCTV robot crawlers

South Africa’s second largest city has purchased four CCTV pipeline inspection systems and will soon deploy the robotic devices throughout its water and sanitation network.

Up to $US50 million in funds has been made available for drought relief projects and water infrastructure initiatives throughout the Western United States.

From NBN Co’s broadband network to the upcoming VNIE and Esso Longford pipelines, Trenchless Australasia looks at the top predictions for Australia’s trenchless industry in 2015.

Two major alliances partnered with Thames Water have signed the largest contracts in the UK’s water industry, with up to £4 billion worth of work and services to be delivered.

Contract awarded for Miami-Dade utilities

The Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department has awarded a five-year contract to provide a range of consulting services relating to capacity management, operation and maintenance programs.

Wessex Water invests £2 billion in water and wastewater

The UK’s Wessex Water is investing more than £2 billion to maintain and improve services for customers.

Thames Water forms new infrastructure alliance

Two joint ventures will partner with Thames Water in a new alliance that will deliver up to £1 billion worth of asset management services over the next five years.

Opportunities await trenchless contractors in Pakistan, India, Uganda and South Africa for pipe relining and construction works.

The National Association of Sewer Service Companies system will include technical updates, educational benefits and an asset management appendix.

Australia's national broadband construction to begin for 1.9 million homes and businesses by June 2016.

UKSTT Award winner ventures to Oz

In 2012, Alex Aulds won the UKSTT Young Engineer Award for his paper on Wessex Water’s utilisation of UV liners to mitigate impacts to customers, and novel ways the water...

Meet the GSTT

Members of the trenchless community in Germany have held key leadership positions in the organisation of early trenchless events and in the formation of ISTT. Dietrich Stein was a charter...

In the wake of Hurricane Sandy

After Hurricane Sandy hit the north-eastern United States during late October 2012, the New York City Department of Environmental Protection declared substantial repairs to wastewater services would be needed to...

Great Southern Press appoints CEO

Great Southern Press, publisher of Trenchless International and Trenchless Australasia magazines, is delighted to announce Zelda Tupicoff as the company’s new Chief Executive Officer, replacing Managing Director Chris Bland.

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