FINALISTS FOR THE PROJECT OF THE YEAR BETWEEN 50 AND 500 M€ CATEGORY FOCUSED ON MANAGING URBAN EXPANSION

Since 2015, the international competition "ITA Tunnelling and Underground Space Awards" aims to reward the most ground-breaking innovations and outstanding projects in underground construction. Due to the recent global pandemic which impacted international travels, this edition will be held online through a dedicated platform, from the 29th of November to the 2nd of December, where the winner will be elected. Through 8 categories, this competition aims to identify the most important ongoing underground works and technologies that help cities change and enable habits and ways of life to evolve in order to build smart and sustainable urban areas. One of the categories of the competition is focused on rewarding the Project of the Year (between 50 and €500M). Amongst all of the projects submitted for this category, the panel of judges identified 3 finalists that seem to pursue one common goal : managing urban expansion.
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FINALISTS FOR BEYOND ENGINEERING – MAKING UNDERGROUND WORKS PROJECTS EVEN BETTER

7TH EDITION OF THE ITA TUNNELLING AWARDS FROM THE 29TH OF NOVEMBER TO THE 2ND OF DECEMBER2 FINALISTS FOR BEYOND ENGINEERING – MAKING UNDERGROUND WORKS PROJECTS EVEN BETTER Since 2015, the international competition "ITA Tunnelling and Underground Space Awards" aims to reward the most ground-breaking innovations and outstanding projects in underground construction. Due to the recent global pandemic which impacted international travels, this edition will be held online through a dedicated platform, from the 29th of November to the 2nd of December, where the winner will be elected. Through 8 categories, this competition aims to identify the most important ongoing underground works and technologies that help cities change and enable habits and ways of life to evolve in order to build smart and sustainable urban areas.
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PROJECTS SHORTLISTED “THE PROJECT OF THE YEAR UNDER 50 M€ INCL. RENOVATION” CATEGORY

CHINESE AND AUSTRALIAN PROJECTS SHORTLISTED FOR “THE PROJECT OF THE YEAR UNDER 50 M€ INCL. RENOVATION” CATEGORY 7th edition of the ITA Tunnelling Awards From the 29th of November to the 2nd of December Since 2015, the international competition "ITA Tunnelling and Underground Space Awards" aims to reward the most ground-breaking innovations and outstanding projects in underground construction. Due to the recent global pandemic which impacted international travels, this edition will be held online through a dedicated platform, from the 29th of November to the 2nd of December, where the winner will be elected.
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FINALISTS FOR THE MAJOR PROJECT OF THE YEAR

7TH EDITION OF THE ITA TUNNELLING AWARDS FROM THE 29TH OF NOVEMBER TO THE 2ND OF DECEMBER 3 FINALISTS FOR THE MAJOR PROJECT OF THE YEAR CATEGORY FOCUSED ON MANAGING URBAN EXPANSION Since 2015, the international competition "ITA Tunnelling and Underground Space Awards" aims to reward the most ground-breaking innovations and outstanding projects in underground construction. Due to the recent global pandemic which impacted international travels, this edition will be held online through a dedicated platform, from the 29th of November to the 2nd of December, where the winner will be elected.
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ITA call nominations for the 2021 Awards

Applications are invited to participate in the seventh edition of the international ITA Tunnelling Awards competition that seeks to rewards the most ground breaking innovations and outstanding projects in the tunnelling and underground space utilization industry.

Israel wins international tunneling award for archaeology

Israel's project is very archaeologically focused, especially given the rich history that lies beneath the surface of much of the country, especially in cities thousands of years old.

The Israel's underground project won international recognition at the International Tunneling and Underground Space Association (ITA) Awards, specifically taking hope top prize in the Oddities of the Underground category, due to its creativity and innovation in archaeology.