Geo Projects 2011 in Sofia/Bulgaria

International Conference for Geotechnical and Tunnel Construction

The Bulgarian capital Sofia hosted the First International Conference for Geotechnical and Tunnel Construction Geo Projects 2011 between October 12th and 14th, 2011. The conference was organized by the Bulgarian Association for Geotechnical and Tunnel Construction (BAGTC).

BAGTC’s main goal, which was actually established in late 2010 is to bring together all parties involved, to support the positions of the business in this industry and to represent the Bulgarian tunnel and geotechnical engineers, designers and builders in the global Tunnel and Geotechnical community. From the short time...

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