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Airport tunnel


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This talk will discuss the conceptual development, fast-tracked construction, and the general design of Calgary Airport's new tunnel.

Date and Time

10 April 2013 - 18:30-20:30


Calgary, Canada - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the Canadian Prairies Group local network.

About this event

The Airport Trail Tunnel is a 620m long, twin cell cast-in-place tunnel being built below the Calgary International Airport's parallel runway project, concurrently under construction. The tunnel is being built in a "cut and cover" method, and will also pass below three taxiways serving the new parallel runway. This talk will discuss the tunnel's conceptual development, fast-tracked construction, and the general design of what is being built.


Andrew Boucher


18:30     Registration
19:00     Lecture starts
20:00     Q&A session
20:30     Evening ends

Additional information

There will be a complimentary light dinner snack to conclude the event.

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