Thames Tideway will be the focal point of the British Tunneling Society’s June meeting.
The lecture, named Small diameter tunnel excavating and secondary lining development strategies at Thames Tideway Central, will be given by Ferrovial Construction staff – Jaime Sevilla, senior project manager, Tideway central west destinations; Juan Mendez, project manager, Falconbrook pumping station; and Jorge Rubio, site specialist, Cremorne Wharf depot.
As a component of the Thames Tideway Scheme, the Ferrovial-Laing O’Rourke joint venture finished a lot of small diameters connecting tunnels and culverts utilizing SCL methods.
The tunnels went from 3.1m to 5.8m in width and 12m to 250m long.
An in situ concrete secondary linings was in this way finished in the tunnel.
The show will feature the different equipment and approaches utilized for both operations, as well as the synergies and efficiencies across the various destinations.
The speakers will likewise shortly introduce an illustration of an enormous diameter open face pipe jacking finished in a tidal climate at the Albert Embankment worksite.
The event will be hung on Thursday, June 16 at the Institution of Civil Engineers, 1 Great George St, London SW1P 3AA. It will likewise be transferred on YouTube.com