2015 RETC Rapid Excavation & Tunneling Conference & Exhibit

Date
2015-06-07 - 2015-06-10
Exhibitors
70
Attendees
700
Event contact title
Exhibit Sales & Operations
Event contact first name
Dianna
Event contact last name
Gury
Email
gury@smenet.org
Event contact telephone number
(303) 948-4213
Description

The Rapid Excavation and Tunneling Conference is a biannual international Conference dedicated to the exchange of new developments in the technology of underground rapid excavation and tunneling on a worldwide scale. The conference exists to advance engineering and scientific knowledge of rapid underground machine excavation and tunneling through interdisciplinary meetings, publications, technical/educational exhibits, liaison with government agencies and encouragement of research.

Attendee information

RETC attracts the mining, construction, geotechnical, geology and exploration industry.

Exhibitor information

Products and services include, blasting services and supplies, computer hardware and software, control systems, conveyors, dewatering pumps, drilling services and equipment, earth pressure balance machines, electrical equipment and materials, explosives, geological and geotechnical services and equipment, ground freezing, ground improvement equipment and services, hoists and headframes, instrumentation, slurry services and machines, soft ground shields, microtunneling equipment, mining equipment, mucking systems, soil conditioning, survey equipment, tunnel haulage systems, tunnel boring equipment, communication systems, ventilation systems, wastewater management products, etc.

Future dates

2017 RETC
June 04 - 07, 2017
San Diego, CA

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