UCT - Underground Construction Technology International Conference & Exhibition 2018

Date
2018-01-30 - 2018-02-01
Exhibitors
200
Floor Size
100000
Attendees
2400
Event contact title
Convention Director
Event contact first name
Karen
Event contact last name
Francis
Email
kfrancis@uctonline.com
Event contact telephone number
281-558-6930
Description

Underground Construction Technology International Conference & Exhibition (UCT), is the meeting place for business-professionals involved in maintaining the underground utility pipe infrastructure.

Individuals representing water, sewer, gas, telecom and electric rely on UCT to learn about the latest techniques used in trenchless, open cut, new construction and pipe rehabilitation. Major academic and industry sponsors offer seminars before and during UCT. Nearly 200 exhibitors showcase equipment and technologies used to maintain the crumbling utility piping systems. The UCT education program qualifies for Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and Professional Development Hours (PDHs). Credit is granted by the University of Texas at Arlington.

Attendee information

Attendees Include Engineers, contractors, manufacturers and utility owners -- from organizations of every size looking for a strategy to drive revenue, boost sales, increase customer loyalty and differentiate themselves from the competition.

Exhibitor information

UCT attracts a diverse attendance of 2,600 from every segment of the industry including: contractors, engineering firms, personnel involved in managing damage prevention and safety issues, public works officials, telecommunications companies, and more. Attendees come from the U.S. and abroad because they know that UCT offers the best value in education and the largest number of exhibits.

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