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Speakers from National Grid, HMJV, and WSP will set out the scope and highlights of this significant infrastructure project. With 32.5km of tunnel and 8 shafts, the team collaborated under Project 13 to successfully deliver.

London, United Kingdom
20 June 2024
18:00 - 19:30 BST (GMT+1)

The Harding prize celebrates achievements of young tunnel engineers through judging submitted papers. We will hear from the three shortlisted finalists talking about AI in tunnelling, the launch system of the Silvertown TBM, and the behaviour of grey cast iron tunnel linings.

The presentation will introduce the key outcomes from the ATS’ Air Quality Working Group which was formed to enable the Australian tunnelling industry to work together with an initial focus on respirable crystalline silica (“silica dust”).

Christoph Huber’s presentation will explore the challenges and innovative solutions associated with the application of New Austrian Tunnelling Method in hyperbaric atmosphere during the con-struction of Tunnel Karl-Friedrich-Strasse in Karlsruhe (Germany).

David Hartwell was awarded the 13th Skempton medal by the BGA in 2018. In this lecture he will share his experience of ‘Water and Tunnelling - Lessons from 40 years of Interesting Problems’

This presentation will be given jointly by the China Railway Tunnelling Group Co Ltd (CRTG) Contractors & China Railway Engineering Equipment Group Co Ltd (CREG) TBM Suppliers. It will discuss the status of High Speed Railway technology in China with a particular emphasis on the design, construc…


The Harding Prize competition, named in honour of Sir Harold Harding, is open to young engineers aged 33 or under. Our 3 finalists will present their original papers on tunnelling with the winner selected by a judging panel.

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