3rd Annual Urban Underground Space & Tunnelling

Mastering Sustainable Strategies and Technologies for Building Next Generation Underground Spaces to Encompass Current Growing Diversity and Complexity

Overwhelming growth of cities in developing countries, shifting demographics and aging infrastructure in older cities engaged with the demand for improved liveability and environmental protection are creating a strong demand for new underground infrastructure. The underground as a spatial asset needs to be clearly understood by urban decision makers if it is to achieve its full potential in adapting cities to the many challenges that will be faced in the coming decades. In a congested city, the main concerns are designing of sustainable underground space and exploring the tunneling aspects to addressthe problems of urban sprawl, traffic congestion and pollution that have threatened the prospects of biodiversity, livability and general well-being of the inhabitants. The underground space in big cities is an important potential resource, where Effective utilisation of urban underground space can perfect the urban comprehensive function.  

marcus evans takes great pride in organising our flagship platform on 3rd Annual Urban Underground Space and Tunneling large scale conference whereby this conference is specially designed to meet all building industry practitioners’ demands to secure and guarantee their investments. This conference will cover technology of underground space and tunneling and the corresponding protection measures to put forward to provide guidelines for engineering practice for the infrastructure sector in cities.

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