Beyond Boring: A Journalist’s Fascination with Tunnelling

Those working in tunnelling understand that this is an industry more fascinating than any other. What is it about tunnelling that makes it so exciting to those in the field? Guest author Roland Herr shares his viewpoints and those of two industry experts who have amassed decades of experiences. Learn More

Bertha ship docks at the Port of Seattle

The Light at the End of the Tunnel: The Positive Side of Seattle’s SR99 Project

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Robbins visited the world-record-setting TBM at the Indiana, USA jobsite in January 2015 to get a closer look at the unique setup and conveyor system.

Robbins Marketing visits the Indianapolis Deep Rock Tunnel Connector…and, Amey’s First Time in a Tunnel

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Robbins Rocks NAT

The Robbins Company had a strong presence at the North American Tunneling (NAT) Conference in Los Angeles, CA this past June. Read on to learn how Robbins stole the show! Learn More


Robbins Photo Contest, Round Two: Win a Gold Hard Hat!

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Robbins Photo Contest: Win a Gold Hard Hat!

Where was this picture taken? Submit your answer and win a gold hard hat. The contest will be repeated quarterly. Learn More

James Robbins at the Humber River TBM launch, 1956

A Tradition of Innovation: The 2013 Muir Wood Lecture takes a cue from Robbins’ Long History

Find out about the genesis of modern tunnel boring machines, the precursor to EPBs and Slurry machines, and the next steps for our industry in Dick Robbins’ upcoming Sir Alan Muir Wood lecture. Learn More


Salamanders, Pseudo Scorpions, and Quartz Crystals: How my Recent Site Visit proved that TBM Tunneling is the Greenest Way to Go

What do these three things have in common? They all factor in to the environmentally friendly tunneling operations at the Jollyville Transmission Main in Austin, Texas, USA. Read on for more insights from our recent site visit. Learn More

Women in Tunneling Inaugeral Event

What is WIT, and Why Does it Matter?

Women in Tunneling (WIT) is the industry’s newest networking group, dedicated to bringing their namesake demographic together and attracting more women to careers in tunneling and underground construction. Learn More


Onsite First Time Assembly Works: Debunking the Most Common Myths

Joe Roby, Robbins Vice President – Production & Logistics, debunks the most common concerns about OFTA and discusses why the Onsite First Time Assembly method works. Learn More

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