Publisher’s Message – Assessing the Industry for 2016

For the past several years, we here at TBM have kicked off the New Year by inviting a panel of tunneling professionals to share their views on the North American tunneling market in the coming year(s). Most are in agreement that the market is still growing, albeit slower than in recent years and slower than in some other parts of the world.

Editor’s Message: Defining a Successful Project

Back when I started at TBM: Tunnel Business Magazine in 1998, the big story within the tunneling industry in North America was of course Boston’s Central Artery/Tunnel project, aka the Big Dig. Still one of the biggest, if not the biggest, tunneling related project completed in North America, the Big Dig...

Industry Losses: Editors Message

I was saddened to hear of the recent passing of three individuals who were very prominent and active within the tunneling industry – Jack Burke, Ed Cruz and Jim McKelvey. Their separate obituaries are listed within the News section of this issue. Cruz’s company, E.E. Cruz, was a pioneer in the...

Editor’s Message: Celebrating Infrastucture

As we are putting the finishing touches on this issue of TBM: Tunnel Business Magazine, the third annual Infrastructure Week is coming to a close. Infrastructure Week was initiated as an awareness campaign led by a group of more than 75 organizations – notably ASCE – who have an interest in promoting...

The Changing Face of Engineering

In this issue we profile AECOM, the engineering giant that just got bigger following the acquisition of URS Corp. last year. In the 2014 ENR Ranking of the Top 500 consulting firms, released before the acquisition, AECOM was ranked No. 1, with URS checking in at No. 3. The combined company now boasts nearly...

Looking Ahead to 2015

For the past couple of years, we at TBM have kicked off the New Year with an industry forecast – namely a questionnaire sent to experts in the tunneling sector asking about the future of the market and how it is changing. Unanimously, our four panelists agree that the need for tunneling and underground...

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