Successful Start to the Herrenknecht Formwork Days

In March 2009 the Herren-knecht Formwork Technology GmbH issued an invitation to attend a series of lectures captioned “Innovations and State of the Art for Tunnelling with Segments” at the Europa-Park in Rust/D. Around 140 experts from tunnel planning and execution attended and enjoyed 11 select papers pertaining to tunnelling and segment technology.
For more than 30 years the Herrenknecht AG has produced tunnelling machines. Now for the first time the newly established Herrenknecht Formwork Technology GmbH issued an invitation to swop views. In this connection CEO Dipl.-Ing. Stefan Medel...

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