Making tunnelling safe

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  • Sunday, 04 May 2014

Dr Ooi Lean Hock preaches constant vigilance when it comes to tunnelling work, warning that one should always have a healthy respect for the ground.

Building the Klang Valley MRT has reached a vital stage under busy Bukit Bintang.

THERE is only one more year to go before the tunnel-boring work of the Klang Valley MRT’s Sungai Buloh-Kajang line (SBK Line) concludes. By the end of this year, only two tunnel-boring machines (TBMs) will still be mining, and the last unit is set to be retrieved from the ground in May 2015.

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Making tunnelling safe


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