Underground Construction Returns to Houston January 2011

Nov. 10, 2010
Conference and expo offers networking and continuing education opportunities

Underground Construction Technology (UCT) International Conference & Exhibition is the premier market in the United States focusing exclusively on underground infrastructure. With three days of exhibits (Jan. 25 to 27) and an educational program that encompasses a full week (Jan. 23 to 28), it is an important gathering of professionals in the industry.

Contractors, owners and engineers involved in open-cut and trenchless underground construction will gather at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston to learn about new technologies, products and services. Since the first conference in 1995, UCT became an instant hit and market leader. The unique educational program has a “real world” approach in providing critical information and education. The most current market information around is available at UCT. Eleven tracks and 107 sessions qualify for CEUs and PDHs in conjunction with the University of Texas at Arlington. Additionally, there are 15 specialty training courses offered before, during and after UCT.

Excellent networking opportunities can be found in the exhibit hall. During exhibit hall hours on Jan. 25, there is a cash bar reception and lunch will be available for attendees only (while supplies last) on Jan. 26. The RehabZone features daily demonstrations and refreshments. The Zone is an exhibit within an exhibit where attendees can glean information on the latest technologies used in rehabilitating underground infrastructure.

Attracting up to 200 exhibitors, 2,500 attendees and offering 107 educational sessions, attending UCT will help you invest in yourself and your business both on and off the exhibit floor. For details on UCT and to register, visit UCTonline.com.

Source: Underground Construction Technology

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