Discover new developments and implementations of segmental linings in this informed presentation by Jacobs’ Technical Director for Tunnels, Anthony Harding.
Thousands of kilometres of precast concrete segmental linings are erected behind TBMs every year. The industry is full of suppliers, designers, and contractors looking to use them in new ways, to reduce costs, and improve performance. Jacobs’ Technical Director for Tunnels Asia-Pacific, Anthony Harding has recently teamed up with Arup’s Jon Hurt in New York to compile a list of some of the most important developments in this field, gathering some experiences of implementing them.
Anthony Harding | Technical Director for Tunnels Asia-Pacific, Jacobs
Gaining his degree and PhD from Edinburgh University, Anthony joined Halcrow (now part of CH2M) in London in 2000where he worked on a wide range of tunnel projects across the road, rail, power and water industries. His experience covers TBM and conventional tunnelling, including the design of new tunnels and assessment of existing tunnels and other assets impacted by tunnelling.
Anthony has acted in roles as technical manager and reviewer for multidisciplinary designs, usually within design-build environments. He has a particular interest in TBM tunnelling and has been involved in over 25 TBM tunnelling projects, including more than five large diameter tunnels, many of which have been steel fibre reinforced.
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