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Several of the exhibitors at UCT this year were new to the show and, in some cases, the industry itself. But new acts in rehabilitation were easy to come by on Day 2.

Erin Nelsen, Online Editor

As the second day of UCT 2010 progressed, the mood brightened from wary to relaxed.

Erin Nelsen, Online Editor

The opening of UCT 2010’s exhibit hall ushered an impatient crowd over the logo carpeting and into a full-up venue, 125,000 square feet of space studded with heavy equipment and new technology. “Everybody’s always in a good mood at this show,” one longtime exhibitor noted.

Erin Nelsen, Online Editor

A beautiful day in Tampa and UCT has kicked off to a promising start.

The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC) kicked off a landmark rehabilitation project Jan. 7, marking the first time WSSC has been awarded federal funding for a reconstruction project through the Maryland Department of the Environment.

The North American Society for Trenchless Technology (NASTT) has announced a new student scholarship program established in the memory of Michael E. Argent, one of the five founders of NASTT and a motivating force behind the growth of trenchless technology in the United States.

The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) and Volvo Construction Equipment announced Jan. 11 that they have signed an agreement which makes Volvo the presenting sponsor for AEM's annual Construction Challenge teen competition.

TT Technologies has introduced a 3-ton winch to its line of Grundowinch hydrostatic constant-tension winches.

Andrew J. Mayer, founder and president of Murphy Pipeline Contractors Inc., has been named the winner of the prestigious Most Valuable Professional Award sponsored by UCTA.

TT Technologies has introduced a trenchless method for replacing plastic, copper and steel services—the Mini-Grundotugger.

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