The much-anticipated annual Pilot Tube Seminar and 27th Annual Microtunneling Short Course takes place February 3-6, 2020 in Boulder, CO. This event is the foremost pilot tube and microtunneling educational opportunity available, and is combined with informal and intimate networking possibilities. Akkerman is the main event sponsor, contributor to the course agenda, and Networking Reception host.
Past Microtunneling Achievement Award recipient Troy Stokes will kick-off the Pilot Tube Seminar with an overview of pilot tube guided boring technology, followed by a full day of presentations from key players in the industry. The subsequent three days are dedicated to microtunneling with a varied panel of experts presenting case studies, microtunneling innovations, project design, pipe selection and more. Troy Stokes will present on microtunneling equipment variety and advancements on Tuesday, February 4.
Akkerman will host their 7th Annual Networking Reception on February 5, 2020 at the nearby Boulder Marriott in the Montrachet Ballroom. All course participants are welcome to join us for this free event.
Established in 1994, the Microtunneling Short Course has educated more than 3,600 microtunneling professionals and is organized by Tim Coss of Microtunneling Inc., Levent Ozdemir of Ozdemir & Associates and professor at the Colorado School of Mines, and held in partnership with Trenchless Technology magazine and Benjamin Media. More information is available at www.microtunnelingshortcourse.com