No-Dig North announces 2020 dates and location
Show to consist of two days of technical paper presentations and industry exhibits for the trenchless technology field
The North American Society for Trenchless Technology and the Canadian Regional Chapters will bring the second annual to the Vancouver Convention Centre in Vancouver, British Columbia, from October 19 to 21, 2020.
The show will consist of two days of technical paper presentations and industry exhibits in the trenchless technology field. Pre-event Good Practices Courses will also be available to attend on Monday, October 19, 2020, followed by an opening reception for all attendees.
The event is currently accepting abstracts through March 20, 2020. Case studies, new products and methods, trenchless research and innovation and planned methodology changes relating to the following trenchless technologies are being accepted:
- Pipe Bursting/Splitting Eating/Extraction
- Microtunneling/Pipe Jacking
- Horizontal Directional Drilling
- Auger/Case Boring
- Inspection/Maintenance Technologies
Some early show exhibitors include AGRU America, Akkerman (Gold Sponsor), Aries Canada, Deep Trekker, Emagineered Solutions, Formadrain, Insituform (Platinum Sponsor), Lafarge, LiquiForce, Michels Canada, Revive Pipe Restoration, Source One Environmental, Sub-Surface Equipment Sales, TT Technologies and Uni-Jet Industrial Pipe Services.
Registration for exhibitors and sponsors is now open on the No-Dig North website.
527 NW Elm Avenue, Suite 3-405
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