Australasian Tunnelling Society

For those working in and with the tunnelling industry.

About the Australasian Tunnelling Society (ATS)

The Australasian Tunnelling Society is comprised of engineers who work in industries that utilise or rely on tunnels. The ATS is concerned with advancing knowledge and promoting the latest best-practice techniques for all aspects of tunnelling including:

  • design
  • construction
  • use of underground space
  • technical aspects
  • health and Safety
  • sustainability.

ATS affiliations

The Australasian Tunnelling Society is a Technical Society of Engineers Australia. It is affiliated with:

  • The Australasian Institution of Mining and Metallurgy
  • The Institute of Professional Engineers New Zealand
  • The International Tunnelling Association.

Activities and benefits

The ATS provides many benefits to the professionals who join its ranks. As a member you can attend site visits to gain insights and network with peers. You can also partake in charity events for causes that members advocate for.

The ATS offers resources including technical papers, journals, presentations, tunnelling databases and more. You can utilise and contribute to these resources to gain and promote a better understanding of tunnelling.

Are you an engineer with a specialisation or interest in tunnelling? Join the Australasian Tunnelling Society and stay up-to-date on industry movements, technical skills and professional networking.

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