On October 26-27, find out how to get the solutions for your H20 transmissions.
October 26-27, 2009
Hilton University of Houston
Sponsored by UCTA and UCT
The Underground Construction Technology Association is introducing the WaterWorks 2009 Regional Conference, slated for Oct. 26-27, Hilton University of Houston, in Houston, TX. It is out of sight, out of mind, but America’s aging water system is in dire need of an overhaul. If you are looking for the answers to managing water and energy resources, this conference is for you. Join with contractors, engineers, public works and municipality owners in their quest to solve the problems of the nation’s aging water infrastructure with an emphasis on the construction and rehabilitation of water transmission and distribution systems.
With a full day of seminars and an unbiased products and service exhibition, you’ll leave equipped to take your WaterWorks program to a whole new level. And you’ll be able to earn valuable Professional Development Hours (PDHs) administered by the University of Houston.
Hear from industry experts as they address the most up-to-date water issues, including:
- Potable Water and Distribution;
- Condition Assessment;
- Corrosion Prevention;
- Rehabilitation Systems and Methods;
- New Construction;
- New Technologies; and
- Engineering Ethics Course
For networking opportunities, come and play golf with your peers at the 10th Annual UCTA Golf Tournament at the Hermann Park Golf Course on Monday, October 26. This tournament provides funds for UCTA Scholarships, which to date have awarded more than $70,000 in college scholarships.
For detailed course descriptions and to register, visit www.gctaonline.org.