Available only to full-paying delegates, the Trenchless Super Panels are one of the most popular features of the ASTT’s annual events.
This year Mr Cook will be joining a comprehensive Super Panel made up of experts in all areas of Trenchless Technology as they field audience questions in a lively and engaging forum, taking place 10.30–11.30 am on Tuesday 24 October.
Mr Cook started his career in tunnelling in 1971, working for a contractor responsible for constructing hundreds of kilometres of tunnel and replacing Victorian-era sewer networks in many of the United Kingdom’s major cities and towns.
In 1982 Mr Cook worked with his first full-face tunnel boring machine (TBM), and since that time he has been involved with all the various forms of mechanical tunnelling.Article continues below…
In 2008 Mr Cook and his family relocated to Melbourne, where he is currently employed as the Technical Specialist for MWH.
Mr Cook’s recent work has included his position as Independent Reviewer for the marine and tunnelling works for the Victorian Desalination Project.