Dates, Location Set for 6th Risk Management in Underground Construction Course
Oct 14, 2021
The 6th annual Risk Management in Underground Construction course will be held April 12-13, 2022, at the Hilton Atlanta Airport Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia.
The highly rated Risk Management in Underground Construction course provides a unique and engaging forum for stakeholders involved in large-scale underground projects, including contractors, owners, consultants, insurance companies, equipment manufacturers, and law firms. As tunneling projects get larger and more complicated, the issue of risk becomes more important.
International industry experts with real-world experience will cover contracting practices, geotechnical baseline reports, funding, insurance, risk registers, and best practices. A networking reception will take place the evening of April 12 and is included with your conference registration. CLE and CEUs will be issued for attendees who request this certification.
Risk Management in Underground Construction is presented by Ozdemir Engineering, Microtunneling Inc. and Benjamin Media Inc., publisher of TBM: Tunnel Business Magazine. Learn about the conference at undergroundriskmanagement.com.
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