UCTA Presents WaterWorks 2009

Your Best Source for H20 Transmission Solutions
July 2009 Vol. 64 No. 7

“Attendees will be in contact with the engineering, manufacturing and contracting community. This seminar will present solutions to real problems,” explains Patrick Mann, UCTA president and chief operating officer of Magnum Tunneling LLC. “Attendees will have an opportunity to freely glean from the knowledge and experience of others – knowledge and experience which were gained at a price.”

Timely topics will address the issues and opportunities that attendees care about most including:

  • Potable Water and Distribution;
  • Condition Assessment;
  • Corrosion Prevention;
  • Rehabilitation Systems and Methods;
  • New Construction;
  • New Technologies; and
  • Engineering Ethics Course.

Golf tournament
In conjunction with the conference, the UCTA’s 10th Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament will be held Monday, Oct. 26 (the day before the conference). Proceeds from this popular event fund the UCTA’s college scholarship program, which to date has awarded more than $70,000 in college scholarships.

Tournament sponsorships are available: Platinum ($1,200 includes dinner, hole and foursome); Gold ($800 includes lunch and hole); Patron ($500 includes beverage and hole); Hole ($250). Unlimited mulligans are available at $5 each.

Register early as the tournament is limited to the first 144 players. Registration fees are $125 per person or $500 per team and include lunch, dinner and beverages.

For more information, contact Kirk Eager of HOBAS Pipe USA at keager@hobaspipe.com.

Networking reception
Mix and mingle at the Opening Day Cocktail Reception. Enjoy cocktails and great tasting hors d’ oeuvres the after the golf tournament. The UCTA Cocktail Reception, held Monday night from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Hilton University, provides excellent networking opportunities with the people you want to meet.

CEUs
Setting the industry standard for quality education, UCTA will offer Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and Professional Development Hours (PDHs) in conjunction with the University of Houston.

Exhibitor opportunities
Table-top exhibits are an important part of the conference. Visit exhibits stationed in the same room as the program, allowing close interaction and follow-up conversations before/after the conference and during breaks.

To become an exhibitor and increase your company’s visibility, contact Ginger Coleman at ginger@amchouston.com.

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