Germany

34th „Baugrundtagung“ Conference

The 34th Geotechnics Conference “Baugrundtagung” of the German society for geotechnics DGGT with accompanying specialist exhibition took place in September 2016 in Bielefeld. About 1200 participants informed themselves at the two main conference days about current problems and challenges in the field of geotechnics. The subjects covered at the practically oriented programme of talks included the field of tunnelling, with various talks, of which four are presented briefly here:

Cityringen Copenhagen

This talk was concerned with the complex building protection measures for the tunnel drive in the...

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Germany

34th „Baugrundtagung“ Conference

The 34th Geotechnics Conference “Baugrundtagung” of the German society for geotechnics DGGT with accompanying specialist exhibition took place in September 2016 in Bielefeld. About 1200 participants...

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Christian-Veder-Kolloquium 2012

Planning and Executing Sealing Measures in Geotechnics

27th Christian Veder Colloquium, April 12 and 13, 2012 – TU Graz, Geotechnics Group Graz. Edited by: M- Diestel, S. Kieffer, R. Marte, W. Schubert, H.F. Schweiger. 325 pp. (DIN A5) with 220 Ills....

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United Arab Emirates

WTC 2019 in Dubai

From April 20–26, 2018, the World Tunnel Congress will take place at the International Convention and Exhibition Center in Dubai, UAE. The organizers, the national Society of Engineers – UAE and its...

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Event

STUVA Conference from 6 to 8 Dec. 2017 in Stuttgart: The international Forum for Tunnels and Infrastructure

The STUVA Conference 2017, the International Forum for Tunnels and Infrastructure, will take place on 6 to 8 December 2017 in Stuttgart. At this „family meeting of the tunnelling industry“, you can...

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United Arab Emirates

21–26 April 2018: World Tunnel Congress in Dubai

The population of the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) countries is growing fast: By 2020 its population is forecast to increase by one third, to 53 million people. Accordingly, the demand for better...

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