Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, November 28, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- The current industry seems to have become increasingly competitive and facing and increasingly challenging business environment that includes global over capacity. Due to this, going underground is now seen as a viable solution to address issues pertaining to space and, high land prices and density challenges.
Happening for the third time, Marcus Evans takes great pride in presenting the 3rd Annual Urban Underground Space & Tunnelling in Singapore on 27th – 29th March 2017. The large scale conference will be highlighting about urban underground space potential that could contribute significantly to the sustainable and resilient development of cities.
Featuring distinguished speakers from the region, Professor John Zacharia, Director of Board, Associated Research Centers for the Urban Underground Space, China; Hans De Wit, Managing Director – Tunnelling, Royal Haskoningdhv, Netherlands; Colin Henson, Principal, Henson Consulting, Australia; Ed Taylor, Engineering & Design Manager, Tunnels, John Holland, Australia, John Endicott, Fellow/Geotechnical & Underground Engineering Expert, Aecom, Hong Kong And Nick Osborne Geotechnical & Tunnels Director, Mott Macdonald, Singapore.
One of the key highlights of this event will be the presentation international case studies such as Italian High Speed Train Stations, Fehmarnbelt Immersed tunnel, Underground Yonsei University Campus-South Korea and Thomson-East Coast Line-Singapore.