NASTT is gearing up for the 2015 No-Dig Show in Denver, Colorado, March 15-19. Check out NASTT's No-Dig Show website. Please check back often as the site is continually updated as the show nears.
Municipal & Public Utility Scholarship Program
In 2013 NASTT's No-Dig Show Municipal & Public Utility Scholarship Program was established to provide education and training for North American municipalities, government agencies and utility owners who have limited or no travel funds due to economic challenges. This year, over 120 applicants were awarded full conference registration for NASTT’s 2014 No-Dig Show in Orlando, Florida, with 100 recipients also offered hotel accomodations at the Gaylord Palms. Selection was based on responses to the application as well as need. Click here for more information about the winners of NASTT’s 2014 No-Dig Show Municipal & Public Utility Scholarship Program. Stay tuned for more information on the 2015 Municipal Scholarship!
Since 2001, NASTT's No-Dig Show has nearly doubled in size, keeping pace with the rapid growth of our industry. Cutting-edge technologies are continually being developed and introduced to the marketplace. Each year brings new products, new services and new players. Projects are continuously pushing the boundaries of what can be achieved with trenchless technologies. Our conference creates a unique opportunity for you to see, hear and interact with leaders in the industry who drive the trenchless marketplace today. Plan your tour of the exhibit hall.
High-quality Technical Paper Sessions
The trenchless education provided at NASTT's No-Dig Show is unmatched. We have over 160 technical papers in the conference program packed with timely topics and useful information that you can put to use right away. The papers and presenters are of the highest quality, carefully peer-reviewed by a volunteer Program Committee
and making for an excellent technical program. We are pleased to announce the addition of a sixth track to the paper schedule, offering you even more educational opportunities!
Pre- and Post-Conference Courses
You can choose to attend one of our pre- and post-conference courses on HDD, Pipe Bursting, Laterals, New Installation Methods and CIPP Lining along with New Installation and Rehabilitation Short Courses. Check out our training page for course details.
Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
Benefit from the in-depth sessions and courses offered at NASTT's No-Dig Show in more ways than one. For every ten hours you attend, you receive one continuing education unit to advance your professional career. CEUs are issued through Louisiana Tech University.
How Will You Benefit?
The overall No-Dig Show program is focused on one objective: helping you maximize your investment in trenchless technologies, services and applications. Owners, utilities and municipalities can immediately benefit! You will learn how to replace/repair and install pipelines with minimal excavation while reducing the impact to your surroundings. You will find that trenchless technology is not only the least disruptive option, but oftentimes is the most cost-effective. The technical sessions and exhibitions are designed to provide you with information you need to make the best possible decisions.
Starting with Monday’s Opening Kick-off Breakfast, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to network with your industry peers throughout the week. We also invite you to support our Annual Education Fund Auction
by donating or bidding on amazing items to help raise funds for NASTT’s educational initiatives. And be sure to join us when NASTT unveils its Trenchless Technology Hall of Fame awards at the Tuesday evening Gala Awards Dinner.
Please mark your calendars for March 15-19 in Denver, Colorado where we hope you will join us for NASTT's 2015 No-Dig Show. We look forward to seeing you there! Visit the conference website for the latest NASTT's No-Dig Show news.
If you are speaking at NASTT's 2015 No-Dig Show you can find all of the resources you need on the Speaker Resource page on the No-Dig Show website, including templates and a list of deadlines.