Record attendance at 2018 NAT Conference
Mining Engineering, 2018, Vol. 70, No. 9, pp. 102-102
When work on the latest expansion to Washington, D.C.’s Dulles Airport is completed in 2020, residents of the nation’s capital will see a vastly different landscape than they are accustomed to. Not only will the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA), locally known as the Metro, decrease traffic with regular service to Dulles Airport, but the area will see the completion of new transit stations, and perhaps more importantly, an end to five decades of construction on the project. The Metro is one of many tunneling projects underway in the United States, and one of many discussed when some of the world’s top experts in subway and other tunnel and underground construction came together for the 2018 North American Tunneling Conference at the Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, D.C. June 24-27 to talk about all things tunnel related. A record 1,115 people attended the three-day conference that featured 145 exhibitors in 175 booths and 20 technical sessions that covered all aspects of tunneling and underground construction.
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