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tideway

[′tīd‚wā]
(oceanography)
A channel through which a tidal current runs.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Dylan Jones, general manager of TT, said: "We are extremely happy to have won this competitive tender, and are very much looking forward to developing our relationship with Tideway B.V to deliver an efficient project."
The Tideway West joint venture has implemented the BC BIM module, and the next stage will consider the process management module - BC Assure.
Tideway Tunnel: Allianz invests in a cleaner River Thames
The GBP 4.2bn Thames Tideway Tunnel is currently the largest infrastructure project to be undertaken by the UK water industry and will tackle sewage pollution in the tidal River Thames.
"The Thames Tideway Tunnel is a huge 'must-do' project to stop tens of millions of tonnes a year of sewage entering the tidal River Thames.
Henry Fieldman, the Cambridge cox, learned his craft on the Tideway while at Latymer Upper School and he did well to keep the Light Blues in touch by the half-way mark at Chiswick Eyot.
2010: Cambridge won the 156th University Boat Race, tasting victory on the Tideway for the first time since 2007.
TEES crews took part in the Head of the River Race on the Tideway, pictured.
A contract to provide scour protection has been awarded to the Dutch company Tideway BV, which will operate out of the port of Barrow in Cumbria, and will use rock sourced from the north west of England.
The Light Blues, who raced from the Middlesex station after losing the toss, tasted victory on the Tideway for the first time since 2007.
Business management software provider BMC Software Inc (NYSE:BMC) announced on Friday the completion of its acquisition of IT discovery solutions provider Tideway Systems Limited.
"The London project, Tideway Wharf, is a shining star in our portfolio especially considering the stature of London as a global business hub," added Mr Nooruddin.