Brierley Associates Celebrates Five Years of Sponsoring the Internationally Recognized Tunnel Short Course

Brierley Associates is working as a contractor representative for Tutor-Saliba on the Caldecott Fourth Bore project in Northern California.

Brierley Associates, a Littleton, Colo.-based engineering firm specializing in underground construction, has signed on as Event Sponsor for the fifth annual Tunnel Short Course, to be held Sept. 19-21 on the campus of the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Colo. Brierley Associates has been the Event Sponsor each year for the event, which draws a diverse mix of professionals both nationally and internationally to learn about the latest in tunnel construction, design and management. The intensive three-day course is taught by a slate of internationally recognized tunnel professionals.

The course – titled “Breakthroughs in Tunneling” – is organized by Dr. Levent Ozdemir, Ozdemir Engineering and a professor emeritus at the School of Mines, and Tim Coss, president of Microtunneling Inc., in partnership with TBM: Tunnel Business Magazine. The course is the only one of its kind in North America, and allows for interactive discussion within the classroom setting. The annual Banquet, at which the Tunnel Achievement Awards are bestowed, provides excellent networking opportunities.

Brierley Associates is a privately held, national tunnel, trenchless, geotechnical and geostructural design firm that has been “Creating Space Underground” for over a decade. Brierley Associates’ team of over 50 professionals serves owners, contractors and attorneys. With offices in Colorado, California, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Texas, and Wisconsin the company is well positioned to serve the needs of clients on a national level. The firm is committed to providing accurate and highly focused information to our clients in a timely and cost-effective manner.

For more information about the course, visit: http://csmspace.com/events/tunneling/

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