At the occasion of the WTC2020 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, the ITACET Foundation organised an online training session focused on 'Innovations in Tunnelling', in coordination with the Institution of Engineers Malaysia (IEM).
The ITACET Foundation recently cooperated with the International Road Federation (IRF) to organise a training session in Dubai on Tunnel Safety Management for the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) of Dubai.
After a first session dedicated to underground space use in 2018, the 2019 seminar aimed to go further in the tunnelling process by presenting the major issues related to the design and construction aspects. It helped the clients to understand how to manage underground projects and set up a suitable organisation. Approximately 80 participants attended, from various companies but all with a great enthusiasm to learn more.
After a first event on "Underground Space Use" organised by the ITACET Foundation and the Tunnelling Association of Nigeria in 2018, a follow up seminar on "The Main Tunnelling Processes" was held on 16th October 2019, in Abuja. A total of 35 participants coming mostly from Ministry Parastatals attended and were treated to lectures by Piergiorgio Grasso, Arnold Dix and Johann Brandl.
The ITACET Foundation and the Argentinian Association of Tunnels and Underground Space (AATES) have worked together for many years now, hosting training sessions during the annual “Tunnelling and Underground Space Days”.
This year’s training session took place during the 9th “Tunnelling and Underground Space Day” and was focused on ‘Tunnelling 4.0: new technologies & automation’. Some 140 participants attended.
COMMUNICATION AND STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT IN TUNNEL DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION
75 participants from 25 different countries!
For almost a decade now, the ITACET Foundation has been organizing training sessions within the scope of the annual World Tunnel Congress, in collaboration with the host Member Nation and the ITA-CET Committee.
Nepal is a nation of over 27 million people. Despite its numerous river valleys, over recent decades several regions of the country have been faced with water shortages. Long, dry winters, coupled with water infrastructure that is inadapted to the needs of an ever-increasing urban population have led to a severe lack of water in some areas.