No-Dig Down Under (NDDU) 2022 is just around the corner and now is your last chance to secure tickets for the southern hemisphere’s one and only conference and exhibition dedicated to trenchless technology.
Organised in partnership with the Australasian Society for Trenchless Technology (ASTT), No-Dig has grown to become the second largest no-dig technology in the world and is now considered a must-attend event for all industry professionals.
Trenchless technology is important for installing new services, as well as rehabilitating and maintaining existing pipelines and infrastructure, without having to dig multiple trenches, disturbing traffic, business and residential locations.
With major utilities located underground and requiring ongoing upkeep and extension, No-Dig Down Under is a crucial event for local government representatives and those involved in planning decisions for major infrastructure projects.
The No-Dig conference promises to bring attendees the very latest information about products designed to make trenchless installation and rehabilitation easier and more efficient.
The No-Dig conference will kick off with a keynote presentation from Jonathan Farrell, Program Manager at Urban Utilities, looking at current projects being undertaken by the company. His presentation will be followed by a panel session, where Jonathan will be joined by Ben Hayes, Sales Manager at Herrenknecht AG, Tom Sangster, Managing Director of Downley Consultants, and Craig Vandaelle, Vice President of Michels Trenchless Preconstruction.
The prestigious ASTT awards, most of all, are not to be missed.
The awards will be presented to the winners, the finalists having already been announced, at the ASTT Gala Dinner and Awards Evening on Thursday 16 June from 7pm to 11pm. The formal event is set to feature presentations from a host of industry experts and is guaranteed to be a night not soon forgotten.
No-Dig is set to be held at the International Convention Centre Sydney from 14-17 June.
To get your free ticket to the No-Dig exhibition, register for the conference, or find out more information about the event, click here.