The Hagerbach Test Gallery is a unique facility where engineers and scientists have been developing and testing tunnel construction techniques for almost 50 years. Founded 1970 as a research and development facility for tunnel construction it has become an extraordinary and inspiring location for specialists from all over the world using its infrastructure as research laboratory and training camp.
Today the underground network expands more than 6 km. Not only for conducting various tunnels and underground space related tests, but also providing spaces for underground lecture halls, underground restaurants, underground museums and other facilities!
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of underground space development and research and to look forward to the next 50 years, Hagerbach (VSH) from Swiss is organizing a series of webinars with the theme of “Underground Space Innovation, Inspiration and Demonstration”. It will broaden your understanding of the role of underground spaces in helping humankind sustainably develop on this planet and eventually future planets.
This webinar will focus on the real estate at Hagerbach, allowing people to really experience what is available and how exciting the development and use of underground spaces is. Hagerbach will be presented as an active environment, interesting venue, and the home of Mission Earth First and its partners. The audience will be invited to participate via polling and Q&A.
Webinar 4 of the series Hagerbach NXT50
“Innovation, inspiration, and demonstration of underground spaces”
DEMONSTRATING UNDERGROUND SPACE
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