A new approach to tunneling – article by Patrick Lane-Nott
The complexity, cost and risk of tunnelling can be reduced by introducing radical new methods, writes Patrick Lane-Nott, Director of Engineering at hyperTunnel.
You may or may not have heard of the revolutionary new tunnelling technology company hyperTunnel. Through a broad range of innovations, this UK-based scale-up plans to radically change the way tunnels and other underground constructions are built, enlarged, repaired, maintained and monitored. This new approach is being made possible by lateral thinking, technology transfer and digital transformation. As a result, tunnelling projects should become significantly less expensive, less time-consuming, less of a commercial risk, more sustainable and also safer.
To read the article in full (with free registration which takes just one minute), please click on this link: