Geotechnical Risks and Considerations for Underground Construction Workshop

University of Alberta | Lister Centre Maple Leaf Room

This full-day workshop takes place May 30, 2024 at the University of Alberta and is designed to equip attendees with knowledge related to the risks associated with underground construction and issues to be considered by geotechnical engineers, contractors, owners and designers.

Attendees will get a chance to earn CEUs from the Engineering Institute of Canada while learning about the most up-to-date advancements of geotechnical investigation methods, addressing geotechnical uncertainty and risk in underground construction, and selecting the most viable trenchless/tunnelling technology. Attendees will also get the opportunity to walk through case studies implementing these principals and network with industry professionals.

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The Geotechnical Risks and Considerations for Underground Construction Workshop is presented by the Canadian Underground Infrastructure Innovation Centre at the University of Alberta.

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Registration Includes:

Full Day Workshop
Breakfast, Lunch and Coffee Breaks
CEUs from the Engineering Institute of Canada (by request)

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The Canadian Underground Infrastructure Innovation Centre (CUIIC) is a research and education centre located at the University of Alberta. Membership in CUIIC is open to manufacturers, suppliers, contractors, consultants, utilities, municipalities, and non-profit agencies with an interest in underground infrastructure.

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Please contact Meghan Squires at msquires@benjaminmedia.com to learn more about sponsoring the event.