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Every two years, industry leaders and practitioners from around the world gather at the Rapid Excavation and Tunneling Conference (RETC), the authoritative program for the tunneling profession, to learn about the most recent advances and breakthroughs in this unique field. Dr.
The compliance stage design of the Sprayed Concrete Lined (SCL) tunnelling for Bank Station Capacity Upgrade is now complete and has been accepted by London Underground.
Construction works for San Francisco’s Central Subway Project to create a modern light rail line has been under way since 2013. Dr. Sauer & Partners forms part of the SEM (Sequential Excavation Method) construction works for the Chinatown station which started in May this year.
On Tuesday 11th and Wednesday 12th October, Dr Sauer & Partners will be exhibiting at the British Tunnelling Society’s Annual Conference which takes place at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in Westminster.
On Monday night, Dr Sauer & Partners hosted a river cruise dinner as part of the European Tunnel Seminar (ETS #11) managed and coordinated by David R. Klug & Associates.
We are delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted as finalists for three categories of the New Civil Engineer Tunnelling Awards 2016! We have made it onto the shortlist for the following categories for our work on projects in central London:
Since 21st March 2016, Dr. Sauer & Partners has been supporting a Masters Thesis in coordination with the Technical University of Graz. The topic of the thesis is “Trigger Values in Sprayed Concrete Lined (SCL) Shallow Tunnels” and is prepared by Thomas Meixner.
Exploiting the residual flexural strength of the steel fibre reinforced (SFR) sprayed concrete is key to designing thinner, efficient, easier to build and safe tunnel linings without further reinforcement requirements. Dr.
We are very pleased to announce that Dr Sauer & Partners has been named as winners of the Technical Excellence category at the 2016 Ground Engineering Awards for our use of a 3D geological risk management approach at Farringdon Crossrail Station, along with B
As part of the Bank Station Capacity Upgrade (BSCU) Project Dr Sauer & Partners has been appointed to carry out the assessment of ground movements induced by the excavation of new underground works on the existing LU civil assets, tracks and lifts & escalators.