Quarry Academy ®

This Academy is developed in the USA by the innovative alliance between Sandvik Mining and Rock Solutions and Sandvick Rock Processing Solutions, and Dyno Nobel.


                                                

The Quarry Academy® seminar is back in 2021!

After a hiatus in 2020, Dyno Nobel & Sandvik are excited to bring back this seminar. Quarry Academy will be at the Marriott Riverwalk Hotel in San Antonio, Texas, from Tuesday, November 16th to Thursday, November 18th.

Quarry Academy in the USA is an educational seminar that looks at the total production stream of quarry operations. Sandvik and Dyno Nobel have run this program since 2005. The three-day seminar is tailored to those who serve in the aggregates industry.  It includes lectures, workshops, simulators and concludes with a visit to a local quarry. Quarry Academy addresses current best practices in quarry operations, focusing on systems integration, economic sustainability, process improvement, overall cost reduction, and safety as part of daily work behavior to efficiently produce aggregates.

The cost of attending Quarry Academy is $2,250, but a special rate of $1,950 is available if you register by September 30th. This fee includes the course, meals during the day, and transportation to the quarry visit.

Spaces will be limited so make sure to secure your space by registering here.

Check out the program overview here.

Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. We hope to see you in November!

 

 

Quarry Academy in the News:

A Quarrying Masterclass - Aggregates Business International 2016

Best Practices: Loading and Hauling - Pit & Quarry 2016

Legal Notebook, Avoid Assumptions, Keep Records - Pit & Quarry 2015

Dyno Nobel, Sandvik Hold Quarry Academy - Rock Products News 2015

Best Practices: Drilling and Blasting - Pit & Quarry 2015

Dyno Nobel, Sandvik Hold Quarry Academy - Journal of Explosive Engineers 2014

Sandvik, Dyno Nobel Draw Record Number to Quarry Academy - Pit & Quarry 2013

Quarry Academy is an Enormous Success - Journal of Explosives Engineers 2013