Another water bore: $1.2b Central Interceptor digs in

Another water bore: $1.2b Central Interceptor digs in
Brent Melville
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff will today unveil Watercare’s tunnel boring machine, Hiwa-i-te-Rangi, a key part of the city’s $1.2 billion Central Interceptor wastewater project.  It’s the second blessing of a tunnel borer in as many weeks for Goff, after the launch of the Dame Whina Cooper 10 days ago, a bigger machine for the $4.4 billion City Rail Link project. Both were built by German mechanised drilling specialist company, Herrenknecht. Hiwa-i-te-Rangi was built in Schwanau, Germany, arriving at the Ports of Auckland...

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