The first of Brisbane's Cross River Rail’s Tunnel Boring Machines (TBMs) has seen the daylight, for the first time in ten months.
Two 115-tonne roadheaders recently broke through into the cavern of Brisbane's future Boggo Road station two months ahead of schedule.
Recruitment is underway for six trainee drivers to operate the tunnel boring machines that will dig the Metro Tunnel.
WA’s METRONET project is on track as the Forrestfield-Airport Link tunnel comes closer to completion.
Two tunnel boring machines – 90 metres long, 15.6 metres in diameter and weighing 4000 tonnes each, have been selected to build Melbourne’s $6.7 billion West Gate Tunnel.