Not up, not down but sideways

Author: James Thomson

Date published

15 December 2017

Price
Free
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Not up, not down but sideways

Case Study
Date published

15 December 2017

Author

James Thomson

Price

Free

Author

James Thomson

The 2014 James Sutherland History Lecture describes the history, development and potential of underground jacked structures.

The lecture traces the development of jacked installations to form underground structures from the 19th century to the present day.

James Thomson discusses the potential to apply improved and innovative techniques to create a wide range of underground structures in the urban environment.

Speaker

James Thomson is a Chartered Civil Engineer who pioneered alternative ideas to traditional tunnelling, including a method to create road underpasses and subways without surface disruption.

Additional information

Format:
Video
Video Length:
01:03:18
Publisher:
IStructE

Tags

History Case Study Underground structure Transport & its Infrastructure Video

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