HS2 have launched the 2,000-tonne tunnel boring machine for its second tunnel drive under Long Itchington Wood in Warwickshire.
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High Speed Two (HS2) Ltd is a public company, owned entirely by the the UK’s Department for Transport (DfT), and it is the company building Britain’s new high-speed railway. Here follows our content related to this HS2 project.
The first of approximately 1,800 freight trains has arrived at HS2’s new Quainton railhead in a move designed to save carbon in construction.
HS2 Ltd has partnered with Build UK to launch ‘Open Doors 2023’, an initiative which gives young people the chance to learn about career opportunities across the industry.
A second 2,000 tonne TBM has been launched by HS2. This TBM will journey for 5-miles towards Greenford in West London.
HS2 have begun work in Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire to excavate 1.9 million cubic metres of rock and earth to create two cuttings.
Construction at HS2’s Euston station has seen the use of innovative, green ‘Earth Friendly Concrete’ which saves 76 tonnes of CO2.
HS2 has launched a new supplier guide to help businesses of all sizes across the UK unlock millions of pounds in new contract opportunities with HS2’s construction partners.
HS2 has celebrated the launch of the first 2,000 tonne TBM that will dig over 26 miles of tunnels under London.
HS2 has opened applications for tech start-ups and SMEs to join the Innovation Accelerator programme in order to help smooth the delivery of design changes.