Herrenknecht Formwork Days 2011

All around Concrete Segments

New trends in the field of tunnel lining were discussed on the 3rd and 4th of March, 2011 in the Europa Park in Rust. Designers, representatives of construction companies and precast concrete segments plants as well as manufacturers of products in the field of segmental lining met for the second time. Within the absolutely successful program new technologies, exciting projects and approaches in optimization of segmental lining in tunnels excavated by means of TBMs, were discussed.

In two days 11 papers were read to approx. 200 participants from all Europe, which also got an overview of trends...

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