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Miss Something at WTC 2016? Watch Videos of Conference Highlights
May 24, 2016
By WTC 2016
Miss a key event at WTC 2016? Official confernece videos are now available. Whether this is your first time or you are back for a refresher, WTC 2016 official conference videos provide a great high level overview of some of the conference's key events.
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The WTC 2016 Official Conference App is Here!
April 21, 2016
By WTC 2016
The WTC 2016 official conference app is your tool to create the ultimate conference experience. From viewing technical sessions and speakers, to setting reminders and calendar events, the WTC 2016 conference app is the perfect guide to navigating WTC 2016.
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Join us for the 2016 World Tunnel Congress
April 1, 2016
By WTC 2016
The Underground Construction Association of SME (UCA of SME) welcomes you to the 2016 World Tunnel Congress, to be held in San Francisco, California.
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2015 - Tunnelling Works Over the World
March 18, 2016
By WTC
The use of underground space is allowing cities around the world to develop in ways that never existed before. Underground projects are transforming the way we live, commute, communicate and transfer power and water.
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Book It! UCA of SME Book Bundle Giveaway
February 22, 2016
By WTC 2016
Take advantage of this special opportunity to be entered in the UCA of SME Book Bundle Giveaway when you register for WTC 2016 in San Francisco April 22 - 28.
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Below Manhattan
February 9, 2016
By WTC 2016
For many of us, descending 150 feet below the streets of midtown Manhattan would be unthinkable. However, for the rest of us, this would be an opportunity of a lifetime!
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WTC 2015, Dubrovnik, Croatia
January 12, 2016
By WTC 2016
In 2015, Dubrovnik, Croatia hosted the 2015 World Tunnel Congress, co-organized with the Croatian Association for Tunnels and Underground Structures. This internationally recognized event recorded over 1,550 participants, from 54 member nations!
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Exciting Times in the Underground Industry
May 21, 2015
By Bill Edgerton
Surely the underground industry is an exciting one. Things are always changing. Despite advances in geotechnical exploration, as well as new techniques for predicting what lies in front of the tunnel boring machine, the ground frequently behaves differently than we expect.
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