Conferences

2nd Munich Tunnelling Symposium

The 2nd Munich Tunnelling Symposium took place in the Auditorium Maximum of the Armed Forces University in Munich on May 6, 2010. Professors Boley, Keuser and Schwarz from the Armed Forces University together with Dr.-Ing. Leucker, CEO of the STUVA were responsible for its organisation. More than 300 participants attended reflecting a widespread as well as international response. After a welcoming address by Prof. Merith Niehus of the Armed Forces University and the head of the department for civil engineering of the Supreme Construction Author-ity of the Bavarian State Ministry of the...

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Issue 2010-08 Austria/Italy

BrennerCongress to be held in Bolzano for the first time in 2011

The fourth “BrennerCon­gress“ is to be held from March 17 to 18, 2011, parallel to the Viatec fair, in Bolzano, Italy. This international symposium will report on the status of work on the Brenner...

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Issue 2013-05 Conference Report

Münster Tunnelling Colloquium

Initiator Prof. Dietmar Mähner was able to welcome almost 200 participants to the university centre for the 2nd Münster Tunnelling Colloquium staged by the Institute for Underground Construction, FH...

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Issue 2014-06 4th Munich Tunnelling Symposium

Structural Fire Protection and contractual Concepts in Tunnelling

The Support Association for Structural Engineering of the University of the Bundeswehr (UniBW) Munich staged the 4th Munich Tunnelling Symposium at the end of May in collaboration with the Research...

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Issue 2016-04 Germany

5th Munich Tunnelling Symposium: BIM and Sustainability in Tunnelling

The 5th Munich Tunnelling Symposium was organised on 3 June 2016 by the development association for structural engineering of the University of the Bundeswehr (UniBW) Munich together with the Research...

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Issue 2016-06 Drill and Blast

Sandvik Drilling Jumbo DT1131-SC

Approximately 20 km south of Innsbruck, near the town of Steinach am Brenner, the Wolf 2 construction lot and access tunnel of the same name are situated. The Wolf access tunnel, one of the most...

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