mingles with a young guest at the Robbins event.
Throughout the conference, Robbins speakers gave technical presentations on a wide range of topics.
From a field service perspective, Jim Clark gave a great presentation on challenges he's
experienced on several tough projects in India, engineers Ryan Gratias and Noah Johnson discussed TBMs in mining and urban EPB tunneling, respectively, and technical writer Desiree Willis uncovered the facts about achieving fast advance in mixed ground.
On the final night of NAT, Robbins president Lok Home was honored at the annual awards dinner.
Home received the "Outstanding Individual" award for his work in the industry as a manufacturer and supporter.
was nominated largely because of his
efforts to bring the ITA-AITES World Tunnel Congress
(WTC) 2016 to the United States.
The event will be held in San Francisco, California in collaboration with NAT 2016, marking 20 years since the last WTC conference was held in the USA.
David Klug presents Home
with the "Outstanding Individual" award.
is looking forward to next year's RETC show, and of course NAT 2016 in conjunction with WTC
2016 that Home
worked so hard to promote.