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ABOUT THIS COURSE....

Tunneling Fundamentals, Practice and Innovations is an annual short course for industry professionals that provides a comprehensive overview of tunnel planning, design and construction across all applications and all geologies. Through presentations by the tunneling industry's top-practicing experts combined with one-of-a-kind hands-on labs and demonstrations, this three-and-a-half-day course will provide you with a sound understanding of the state practice and innovations in tunneling worldwide.

A unique component of this course will be the opportunity to participate in hands-on labs and demonstrations in state-of-the-art testing and research facilities at Colorado School of Mines.

Lab and demonstrations will cover:
– Rock Cutting
– Abrasity and Wear
– Shotcrete
– Grouting
– Slurry

COURSE DIRECTORS
The course is organized by the Colorado School of Mines Center for Underground Construction & Tunneling, and is directed by:

Mike Mooney
Professor and Grewcock Chair in UC&T
Center for Underground Construction & Tunneling
Colorado School of Mines

Gabriel Walton
Assistant Professor of UC&T and Geological Engineering
Center for Underground Construction & Tunneling
Colorado School of Mines


WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Industry professionals including owners, designers, contractors, consultants and suppliers involved in the design, planning and construction of tunnels in all geological conditions.


CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS
Colorado School of Mines will award 2.3 Continuing Education Credits (CEUs) to participants who complete this course.


LOCATION
The course will be taught on the campus of Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Colorado USA. Lodging and travel information will be available when registration opens later this month.



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