UEA News Blog
UEA Trenchless has completed a 90 metre bore under a major retail store using pilot tube microtuneling methods to accommodate retrofitted electrical infrastructure to be linked via the shortest possible route. Read more.
UEA have continued to develop flowable grouts to suit high specification trenchless installations. The latest grout design allows small annular spaces to be filled over long distances on very flat grades. Read more.
UEA Trenchless recently completed a 110 metre 450mm diameter bore using pilot tube microtunneling methods. UEA worked successfully with CLM Infrastructure to deliver an innovative solution for inserting small diameter pipe on very flat grades over long distances. Read more.
UEA has completed a 120m investigative bore using horizontal directional drilling (HDD) methods at Dakabin, 26km north of Brisbane in Queensland. The horizontal investigative bore was conducted along a proposed pipe alignment passing under the Bruce Highway and adjacent creek. Read more.
UEA Trenchless recently completed a 600mm utility tunneling project for Bolte Civil through environmentally sensitive wetlands on the Tomago to Raymond Terrace sewer rising main. The tunneling project consisted of three road crossings, including a 110m crossing of the Pacific Highway and adjacent wetlands. Read more.