Germany

tunnel Forum started successful

The German tunnel Forum got off to a successful start on October 18, 2011 at the Hotel Günneweg in Cologne. STUVA and the Bauverlag magazine tunnel  began this series of events with the intention of presenting out-of-the-ordinary special topics relating to planning, constructing and operating tunnels and other underground facilities and discussing them among experts. Generally speaking such topics are not tackled at major national and international conferences as they tend to be marginalised as they only appeal to a relatively small specialised circle. Both partners are convinced that here...

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