Conventional Pilot Tube Microtunneling (Golden, Colorado, USA)
Feb 07, 2012
Target groups: Engineers, decision makers, branch professionals
The Colorado School of Mines' annual Microtunneling Short Course has established itself as the premier instructional venue for microtunneling worldwide. Now in it's 18th year, the course has already trained more than 1,900 students, ranging from contractors and engineers to owner agency representatives.
The 2012 Microtunneling Short course covers the latest in emerging technologies from this growing field. With more and more demand for underground services in urban areas, the need to use minimally invasive construction techniques will only increase.
The Microtunneling Short Course is a three-day, intensive course presented by a panel of international experts and organized by Prof. Levent Ozdemir of Ozdemir Engineering and Timothy Coss of Microtunneling, Inc. It also includes a one-day course on the emerging field of pilot tube microtunneling.
If you are involved with microtunneling or are planning to be involved, the Microtunneling Short Course is a must-attend event to obtain the latest technical information to ensure a successful project.
Microtunneling involves a suite of disciplines and topics that must be considered when planning or constructing a project. The Microtunneling Short Course takes an in-depth look at the subjects that can impact your job.
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