Tunnelling infrastructural works are digging deeper constantly to support the growing need for transport and (resilient) supplies in and around the worlds larger cities. As the population numbers of these cities are constantly on the rise, so is the need to provide transport around the cities to move the masses to/from their work and other locations. Following this also the transportation of goods and supplies is getting more and more demanding on the transport systems available, including attempts to make them less prone to be influenced by deteriorating environmental conditions. To cope with this the use of subterranean tunnels, is considered as one of the answers and consequently being used more and more. This lecture will focus on some of these special tunnel projects and more specifically on the hyperbaric tunnelling equipment necessary to support them.

* Sandwiches beforehand and drinks afterwards are offered with the complements of Royal IHC.
* Register soon due to limited space.
* Until 14 March you can indicate with your registration if reserving sandwiches is necessary for you.
* After 14 March there may be a possibility to registrate -if not fully booked- but no sandwiches will be reserved for you. You will expected by 19.00h then.


Johan de Bie (Managing Director IHC Hytech)


IHC Raamsdonksveer

Ramgatseweg 27, 4941 VN Raamsdonksveer


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