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KAMY is the leading manufacturer of roadheaders in the weight class of 13-80 tons weight. Our roadheaders offer interchangeable cutter heads, both transverse and axial and are custom engraved for each project. Our hydraulic cutters are suitable for material with uniaxial compressive strength ranging from 500 to 25,000 pounds per square inch. All of our products can be utilized in a variety of applications from rock excavation, trenching, demolition and concrete, to underwater cutting, tunneling, and scaling.

Canada salutes Canadian achievements - TunnelTalk

ACCOLADES AND AWARDS Canada salutes Canadian achievements 15 Nov 2013. Shani Wallis ... the Euclid Creek CSO tunnel in Ohio, USA, and Dr Peter Kaiser are nominations recognized this week by the Tunnelling Association of Canada (TAC) as recipients of the 2

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Water Sustainability Regulation - Laws Publications

Definitions. 1 (1) In this regulation: "Act" means the Water Sustainability Act; "application" means an application of an applicant; "dry hydrant" means works, typically constructed of metal pipes, strainers, fittings and concrete, that are

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Eurasc - News

Meetings of EURASC. The next Symposium and Ceremony of Awards of the European Academy of Sciences will take place at the Center for Interdisciplinary Research (ZiF Center) in Bielefeld (Germany), on October 18-20, 2018.

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Water Licences Report - British Columbia

DISCLAIMER: Warranty Disclaimer This information is provided as a public service by the Government of British Columbia, PO Box 9411 STN PROV GOVT, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada V8W 9V1.

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Port Mann Water Supply Tunnel, British Columbia - Water

The Port Mann Water Supply Tunnel is being constructed by Metro Vancouver, under the Fraser River, the largest river in...Read More...

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Tunnelling under the Fraser river - Heavy Equipment

The tunnel runs under the Fraser River near the Port Mann Bridge. The Greater Vancouver region boasts a population that has grown steadily over the last several decades to become Canada's third-largest urban region behind Toronto and Montreal. In 2016, th

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Listing of journal articles, book chapters, conference papers and reports.

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Fraser River | The Canadian Encyclopedia

The Fraser River is the longest river in British Columbia, stretching 1,375 km. It begins on the western side of the Rocky Mountains at Mount Robson Provincial Park, and ends in …

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Biographies of Civil Engineers, Architects, etc - Steamindex

Biographies of Civil Engineers, Architects, etc. The arrangement is alphabetical (surnames beginning):

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Tunnelling under the Fraser river - cdn.oilandgasproductnews.com

Tags Underground & Utility Tunnelling under the Fraser river Metro Vancouver’s newest water supply project proved challenging and needed a unique mid-project – and mid-river – intervention to reach the finish line

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World War 1 (A-C) | Prisoner of War Memorial Ballarat

"When you go home tell them of us, and say for your tomorrow we gave our today"

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Casualty List | 15th Battalion CEF

Casualties of the 15th Bn., Canadian Infantry (Central Ontario Regiment), WW 1 Commonwealth War Dead 1914-1918. The names of casualties are listed in the following alphabetic order: country location; cemetery within countries; casualties within …

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Tunneling Resources - Tunnel Business Magazine

Tunneling Resources for engineers, contractors and government officials provided by Tunnel Business Magazine. ... the International Tunnelling and Underground Space Association (ITA) which aims are: to encourage the use of the subsurface for the benefit o

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The Food Timeline: history notes--bread

Bread, beer & yeast The history of bread and cake starts with Neolithic cooks and marches through time according to ingredient availability, advances in technology, economic conditions, socio-cultural influences, legal …

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Tunnelling under the Fraser river - heavyequipmentguide.ca

The Greater Vancouver region boasts a population that has grown steadily over the last several decades to become Canada's third-largest urban region behind Toronto and Montreal.

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How to build a tunnel under a body of water, such as a

Obviously, it doesn't lend itself to tunnelling underwater, since the water has this annoying habit of filling up the trench, so you bore a hole. You also bore a hole if, say, you're cutting road tunnel through a mountain - you don't want to have to go to

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Canada honours underground achievements - TunnelTalk

Canada honours underground achievements 20 Oct 2016. ... the judging panel select the Port Mann Water Supply Tunnel under the Fraser River in Vancouver as the team that contributed significantly to a project in Canada that ... seismic-and-scour-vulnerable

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Murphy/Hochtief in talks for earlier start on potash mine

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Tunnelling under the Fraser River at 6 bar - Metro

Tunnelling under the Fraser River at 6 bar Design and Construction of the Port Mann Main Water Supply Tunnel Stephanie Fekete McMillen Jacobs Associates Steve Skelhorn McNally Construction Inc. Tim Langmaid Hatch Mott MacDonald Allen Mitchell Metro Vancou

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Tunnelling under the Yarra River | Building the tunnels

The Metro Tunnel will be constructed under the Yarra River, which is up to four metres deep in this location. The top of the twin tunnels, each around seven metres in diameter, will be approximately ten metres below the riverbed, east of the Princes Bridg

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