Plenary sessions

Karin de Haas, Manager Tunnel Programme at COB (NL) & Chairwoman of the day – Let’s look beyond a tunnel vision. 9h25-9h30

Karin de Haas, Manager Tunnel Programme at COB (NL) & Chairwoman of the day – Let’s look beyond a tunnel vision. 9h25-9h30

Pascal Smet, Brussels Minister of Mobility and Public Works – Beyond a Tunnel Vision: The future of Brussels mobility. 9h30-9h50

Pascal Smet, Brussels Minister of Mobility and Public Works – Beyond a Tunnel Vision: The future of Brussels mobility. 9h30-9h50

Steve Philips, Secretary-General at CEDR & co-chairman of the day – The European perspective on a tunnel vision. 9h50-10h10

Steve Philips, Secretary-General at CEDR & co-chairman of the day – The European perspective on a tunnel vision. 9h50-10h10

Jan Van Steirteghem, Director Engineering at BESIX – No risk, no fun – a market perspective on the power of co-creation. 10h10-10h30

Jan Van Steirteghem, Director Engineering at BESIX – No risk, no fun – a market perspective on the power of co-creation. 10h10-10h30

Ans Rietstra, Director Projects at ProRail – ProRail states: The Netherlands should think more from an European perspective. 13h30-13h50

Ans Rietstra, Director Projects at ProRail – ProRail states: The Netherlands should think more from an European perspective. 13h30-13h50

Tom Roelants, Flemish Administrator-General for Mobility and Public Works – It’s a challenge, but not impossible. 13h50 – 14h10

Tom Roelants, Flemish Administrator-General for Mobility and Public Works – It’s a challenge, but not impossible. 13h50 – 14h10

Subsessions

No more skeletons in the cupboard 11h00 – 11h40

Managing the safety of the Kennedy railway tunnel (Antwerp) 14h20-15h00

The relation between Light, Energy Consumption and Safety 11h50 – 12h30

Asset management for existing tunnels, the designer response to the challenge of changes 15h30 – 16h10

Reliability-based safety and service life assessment of existing structures 16h20 – 17h00

From BIM to TWIN: Models for a virtual behavior 11h00 – 11h40

SCAUT Project Digital Twin 11h50 – 12h30

Using digital twin technology to virtually develop and test infrastructure projects 14h20 – 15h00

Tunneling towards the future: the commitment of the Young Members Group of the Italian Tunneling Society 15h30-16h10

Monitoring from Space for predictable maintenance and renovations 16h20 – 17h00

Application of an Integrated Cost and Schedule Analysis for Complex Tunneling Projects 11h00 – 11h40

Assessment and action plan for Tunnels in Wallonia 11h50 – 12h30

Assetowner of the Killtunnel says: Be prepared and be a team player 14h20 – 15h00

Upgrading all tunnel assets in Flanders: the roadmap for renovation and future asset management of tunnels 15h30-16h10

How to optimize the value of the renovation 16h20-17h

Passive fire protection from a user’s perspective 11h00 – 11h40

Fixed Fire Fighting Systems in the UK 11h50 – 12h30

Ventilation aspects during renovation: keep your workers healthy 14h20 – 15h00

Recent challenges in fire safety engineering: when theoretical modelling becomes reality 15h30 – 16h10

Smart solutions in fire safety systems in complex railway tunnel North-South Link Brussels 16h20 – 17h00

Bastia Road Tunnel 11h00 – 11h40

Metro tunnel Rotterdam (RET) 11h50 – 12h30

Renovation Leopold II tunnel in Brussels 14h20 – 15h00

Renovation first tube Maastunnel Rotterdam 15h30 – 16h10

Complex tunnel refurbishment in the Paris area: The Nogent Tunnel – cut and cover and immersed tunnel 16h20 – 17h00

The Dutch puzzle of renovating twenty tunnels in ten years 11h00 – 11h40

The future of tunnel development: from silo-thinking to collaboration for a successful urban integration 11h50 – 12h30

Tunnel Visions on Sustainability 14h20 – 15h00

Tunnel Enlargement Systems: adapt existing tunnels to new European standards with one machine 15h30 – 16h10

Tunnels as a service: a vision from a new generation 16h20 – 17h00

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