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23 May 2019: 5th Rock Mechanics & Tunneling Day at the WBI-Center

The 5th Rock Mechanics & Tunneling Day on 23 May 2019 will be organized by WBI Consulting Engineers together with the German Railway (DB) Organization for the Project Stuttgart–Ulm, DB Netze and the civil engineering section of the Engineering Association of Württemberg. Representatives of owners, contractors, consulting engineers and construction experts will present lectures on subjects of the Railway Project Stuttgart–Ulm and other major projects.The fee for participation amounts to 175 euros including VAT. For private individuals and public employees 150 euros and for students and retired persons 60 euros will be charged. All lectures will be published in a volume of the series WBI Print; lunch and coffee breaks are included in the conference fee. The Symposium will be held in German. Simultaneous translations from German to English will be provided; if required, simultaneous translations from German to Spanish are also possible. A pdf document of the conference programme is available at: www.felsmechanik.eu

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