Addressing the challenges of soft and collapsing soils for Egypt’s mega projects

Egypt is developing fast, into areas which have not yet been developed and whose soils are prone to challenging conditions like soft and collapsing soils. These conditions are proving challenging for geotechnical engineers working on foundations, piling and tunnelling projects in Egypt; causing projects to run over time and over budget and risk costly problems later on.

Join us at the 2nd edition of Underground Infrastructure and Deep Foundations Egypt to address these challenging conditions, with two days of expert-led conference sessions aimed at helping engineers in Egypt to develop the knowledge necessary to work in the country’s most challenging soil conditions.

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Learn from leading experts on how to cope with collapsing soils found in areas marked for Egypt’s new mega projects in order to deliver these projects on time and on-budget


Hear from world-leading experts on soft soil conditions how to deal with the soft silt and clay found in northern Egypt and near the river Nile so you can avoid unnecessary project costs in these key areas


Find out about Egypt’s soon-to-be introduced new tunnelling code and how it will affect your on-going projects


Gain insight into project details of Egypt’s latest deep foundations, tunnelling and piling work in order to win business in a booming market before your competition

Who should attend?

Heads of:

  • Geotechnical engineering
  • Piling
  • Tunnelling
  • Deep foundations

From the following industries:

  • Contractors
  • Consultants
  • Developers
  • Government

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