Using integrated solutions to monitor tunnel construction under The Hague
Silent Sentinels Stand Guard in the Netherlands
To address congestion in densely populated cities, transportation engineers and city planners are increasingly turning to tunnels. The Rotterdamsebaan tunnel currently under construction beneath The Hague exemplifies the new era in urban tunnel construction. It is efficiently built, environmentally friendly and designed to mitigate any impact on urban centers. The approach includes extensive monitoring to detect any surface motion resulting from the tunneling process.
The Mumbai Coastal Road Project, initiated by Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) in October 2018, aims to build an 8-lane, 29.2 km long freeway along Mumbai’s western coastline, connecting Marine Lines to Kandivali.
The Mumbai Coastal Road Project
Trimble’s solutions are well-known for enhancing productivity of professionals working on tunneling projects, and thus became a natural choice for L&T as well for the Mumbai Coastal Road Project.
How do you produce an accurate point cloud of a 170m tunnel, with no human access permitted, that’s also home to one of Britain’s rarest bats hibernating over winter?
Let Sleeping Bats Lie
Located in a steep valley in the Pembrokeshire countryside between the coast at St Brides Bay on one side and the River Solva on the other, the Solva Water Treatment Works has no access routes apart…
A team of Belgian surveyors seamlessly adopt a new class of instrument in mid-project.
The New Link
Midway through a large, multi-modal transportation project in Belgium, problems arose from reliance on legacy surveying tools and methods. Adoption of the Trimble SX10 solved the issues and provided…