Parting the waters

July 2001
International Construction;Jul/Aug2001, Vol. 40 Issue 6, paC8
Trade Publication
Reports the construction of the border pipeline in China. Role of Bilfinger and Berger on the diversion of the water channel; Purpose of the construction of diaphragm wall; Use of HD200 and HD205P drilling rigs by HD Engineering in restricting headrooms.


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