TUNNELLING FESTIVAL - SHOWCASING AND CELEBRATING THE VERY BEST IN TUNNELLING EXPERTISE
The third annual New Civil Engineer Tunnelling Festival brings together the entire tunnelling community for an interactive and immersive day filled with case studies, debate, future project updated and live judging of our shortlisted entries.
By joining us you can make new connections with project leads, gain insight into design and delivery innovations and understand the scope of future opportunities across sectors. Whether you are designing a challenging shaft, delivering a complex transport tunnel or seeking to raise the profile of your solutions, the Festival is a great place to network and learn.
Taking place of Thursday 8 December 2020 at the Leonardo Royal Hotel London Tower Bridge the Festival features a core daytime conference programme, live judging of the shortlisted entries, an exhibition featuring top suppliers and the evening awards ceremony where the winners are announced.
The Tunnelling Festival Awards 2020 are now open for entries!
We can’t wait to read your entries – start your application today.
Our 2019 conference featured 12 hours of content from 22 speakers across keynote sessions and content streams covering UK and International Tunnelling.
During the 2019 Awards ceremony we saw winners across 17 categories recognised and rewards for the projects, teams and companies making the biggest impact on the tunnelling sector
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With a variety of sponsorship opportunities available for our 2020 Festival, get in touch with our team to find out how you can get involved today.
New Civil Engineer’s Tunnelling Festival
The 2019 Festival in Numbers
Meet our 2019 speakers
Anne Kathrine Kalager
Follo Line Project, Bane NOR , project manager for the tunnel-section
Tideway, Programme director
Fugro, director tunnelling & underground spaces
Highways England, development and sponsorship director
Mott MacDonald, senior engineer
High Speed Two, chief engineer