September 2020 Vol. 75 No. 9

Underground Construction Technology

Underground Utilities Take Center Stage in Nashville

Underground Construction Technology International Conference & Exhibition (UCT) is the major event of the new year. Scheduled for Jan. 26–28 in Nashville, UCT is a true business event for the underground utility infrastructure professional. You can network with representatives from companies involved in operational, engineering, construction, rehabilitation, maintenance and services from every segment of the underground utility pipe industry.

One of many items on our agenda is developing a meaningful education program. We are proud to present substantive content that brings value to attendees and exhibitors. Trenchless and open-cut construction and rehabilitation technologies are blended harmoniously, benefiting first-time and long-time UCT attendees in a way that is condusive to learning.

Tracks feature important topics, including horizontal directional drilling, sewer construction and rehabilitation, manhole rehabilitation, engineering ethics, and more. Sessions are led by industry experts and you can earn Professional Development Hours (PDHs) or Continuing Education Units, (CEUs) – granted by the University of Texas at Arlington.

Another agenda item is new for the gas utility market – the UtiliTech Conference. UtiliTech will be co-located with UCT in January. It is where gas utility management personnel can learn about emerging technologies, services and equipment, as well as topics to assist with daily challenges and operations.

Mark your calendars. The full program will be online Oct. 1 and registration is open now.

 

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