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The North American Tunneling Conference (NAT) is the premier biennial tunneling event in North America, bringing together the brightest, most resourceful and innovative minds across the entire tunneling and underground construction industry.
With over 1,000 attendees, 140 exhibitors and 20 technical sessions, NAT provides a full conference experience that will leave you energized and revitalized. From TBMs to rehabilitation, NAT shares detailed case histories of North American projects and provides the groundwork for discussion on the future of tunneling around the world.
Our sponsorship opportunity packages allow you to benefit from diverse pre-conference marketing visibility. As a partner and participant of the NAT sponsorship program, you are certain to be top-of-mind as industry executives are assessing products and services before, during and after the conference.
Engage with key stakeholders and enhance your corporate profile through our effective sponsorships.
Questions? Contact Emma Li Salditt.
+1 (303) 948-4224
Get a firsthand look at new products, comprehensive services and integrated solutions - all from industry vendors who understand your needs. Find all of the exhibitors you are looking for and begin scheduling your visit today.
With more than 200 booths, our show floor provides you with the opportunity to network with leading vendors in the tunneling industry. Whether you are looking for something new to solve a problem or want to connect with current vendor partners, our exhibit hall brings it all together.
The Rapid Excavation & Tunneling Conference (RETC) is the nation's leading tunneling and underground construction conference. Discover why this is THE can't miss conference of 2021.
This is an in-person event.
McGill University, Department of Mining and Materials Engineering
3450 University Street
Frank Dawson Adams Building, Room 105
Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3A 0E8
Geostatistical Mineral Resource Estimation and Meeting the New Regulatory Environment: Step by step from sampling to grade control