24 - 25 November, 2010, Harbour Grand, Hong Kong
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"China has announced that CNY 1 trillion (USD 146 billion) will go to triple the size of its subway system over the next five years – from 940 km to 3000 km."
- International Construction, June 2010
"Hong Kong has estimated that its tunnelling activity will need USD 26 billion in the next 5 years."
- Tunnelling Journal, June 2010
Other regional economies too have ambitious underground utilisation plans for water/wastewater, road and sea crossing tunnels. More than ever, hundreds of TBMs are crisscrossing our subsurface. The tunnelling industry has never been as excited as it is now!
As ITA states in its recent report, this trend of increased underground utilisation is likely to grow in decades to come and the tunnel structures will go deeper and longer.
Availability of skills, selecting ideal construction techniques/materials and provision of improved safety and ventilation features are proving to be the challenges for optimal utilisation of subsurface infrastructure.
How to Address these Challenges?
Search of best practices for design and construction need not be a process of reinventing the wheel.
Make use of the multiple learning and networking opportunities at IQPC’s Tunnel Design & Construction Northeast Asia.
Shenzhen Metro Line 3
Shanghai Rail Tranist Line 6
Tseun Wan Drainage Tunnel, Harbour Area Treatemnt Scheme – Stage 2A
Fehmarn Belt Immersed Tunnel, Denmark
Delhi Metro Rail Tunnel, India
New Hobson Bay Sewer Tunnel, Australia
Wan Chai Bypass and Island Eastern Corridor Link, Hong Kong
Attending this event gives delegates the global
and regional knowledge to better our tunnel
construction projects and overall experience.
The event extensively covered the latest
trends in underground construction,
highlighting issues of problems faced in this
fi eld across the world.
This conference is a good platform to gather
info and learn lessons from tunnel players
around the region.
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