UNDERGROUND AT MINES
The underground community at Mines is comprised of a collaborative, interdisciplinary group of faculty and students from civil engineering, geology and geological engineering, mining engineering and mechanical engineering, as well as geophysics and computer science, with a collective interest in education and research in underground engineering.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Colorado School of Mines' premier short courses support professional development in the underground construction and tunneling industry. Join fellow industry professionals—owners, planners, designers, contractors, consultants and suppliers—and discover key design principles as well as advancements in technology and research through classroom instruction and hands-on labs and demonstrations.


UNIVERSITY TRANSPORTATION CENTER
Operating with a mission to be a leader in the development of sustainable, less costly and more durable technologies for underground transportation infrastructures that can be efficiently constructed, operated and maintained, providing solutions for future underground transportation projects.



FEATURED VIDEO:
Disassembly of the world's largest TBM


IMPORTANT DATES & EVENTS


Underground Lunch & Learn: Extreme Engineering Part II, an Update on the Rondout Bypass Tunnel
Speaker: Matt Swinton, Kiewit. Location: Berthoud Hall 243 /Time: 12:00-1:00 p.m.


Click here to view our full event calendar
Click here to view past seminars