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Future of trenchless technology to be showcased at NDDU

On top of being the southern hemisphere’s only large-scale conference and exhibition dedicated to trenchless technology, No-Dig Down Under is also the second largest no-dig technology event globally.

As such, the conference acts as a unique opportunity for those across the construction industry, including councils or utilities looking to make upgrades, to see the latest products and services on offer across the trenchless technology sector.

Lauren Winterbottom, No-Dig Down Under Show Director says the conference will allow stakeholders to connect directly with decision makers.

“As always, the event will also focus on new technologies and products that will help make the industry more efficient, safer, and provide more benefits for both those within the industry, and the broader community,” Winterbottom says.

Organise in partnership with the Australian Society for Trenchless Technology (ASTT), No-Dig Down Under features a large-scale exhibition, multi-stream technical conference, training, social program and the coveted ASTT Awards.

Among the many highlights across the conference program are presentations on new installations across Australia.

Included in these new installations is the BP Kewdale White Oil Line. The project, in Perth Western Australia, forms part of the Thornlie Cockburn Link railway project. These works include Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD), the largest HDD component completed in a single pipeline in Australia.

Also covered is works on the North East Link project. Micro-tunnelling works, adjacent to the southern portal of the North East Link, are contributing to the relocation of the Yarra East Main Sewer, as part of early works on the project. The presentation will cover the problems faced, the solutions found and the scope of further works on the project.

Councils and the like will also be able to have key takeaways from a presentation focusing on the Narangba Sewer Transport System in Queensland. The region’s population threatens to outgrow the current capabilities of the Narangba Sewage Transport Scheme, as such, works were required to increase this capacity.

The presentation will focus on how the use of trenchless technology has helped to achieve operational and construction benefits, such as minimising disruptions on the local community. Winterbottom says these works act as a good example of minimising impacts, while optimising results.

“The industry is focused on communicating the benefits of trenchless technology – for the environment with less disruptions to wildlife, for the community with less disruption to roads and other infrastructure while making repairs or installations, and for the financial bottom line with lower costs to complete major projects,” she says.

These are just some of the many presentations in store for attendees at this years No-Dig Down Under Conference. The show will take place on September 13-14 at Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Don’t miss out and register your ticket for No-Dig Down Under at friendly prices until Friday 30 June here.

With the early bird tickets, attendees can save up to $230 on each ticket, while Australasian Society for Trenchless Technology (ASTT) members also receive further discounted tickets.

A full conference ticket includes the conference program, catering and all social functions including the Gala Dinner and ASTT Awards evening.

For more information on the conference, click here.

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