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Get Ready For UCT 2010!
Registration now open
Registration for UCT 2010 is now open.
If you aren’t familiar with Underground Construction Technology International Conference & Exhibition (UCT), you’re in for an amazing education!
UCT is the underground construction and rehabilitation industry’s premier trade event, focusing exclusively on underground construction. UCT will be held at the Tampa Convention Center, Tampa, FL, Jan. 19-21, 2010, and features pre- and post-show educational workshops.
If you are familiar with UCT, you know that each year, our team of experts deliver an unrivaled educational program, complete with keynote presentations and informative conference sessions. Attendees are able to earn valuable Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and Professional Development Hours (PDHs). The credits are offered in conjunction with the University of Texas at Arlington.
There are miles of aisles in the exhibit hall plus the not-to-be-missed industry sponsored RehabZone®. The ’Zone is a no-sell area that provides general information about water and sewer rehabilitation technologies. The 2010 ’Zone will include “LIVE” displays with demonstrations provided by several sponsors who are experts in the trenchless industry.
We recognize the financial constraints affecting our industry today. That’s why UCT is not increasing the registration rates. In fact, the Super$aver rates allow more of your colleagues to benefit from the educational opportunities only available at UCT (details are available on the registration form at the end of this section). With 75 educational sessions, pre- and post-show workshops, an unparalleled exhibit hall and networking receptions, UCT offers something for everyone. Plus, it’s the one place where you can meet with dealers, see the equipment, catch up on the latest technologies and network with colleagues all under one roof, during one money-saving business trip!
You can read program updates at uctonline.com or follow us on Twitter at Twitter.com\UCTonline.
And, don’t forget to get ready for UCT!
-Karen E. Francis