University of Queensland goes No-Dig

This initiative is to help educate the up-and-coming industry leaders on the benefits and applications of Trenchless Technology, furthering the ASTT’s goals to “÷preach beyond the choir’ and encourage training, education and research.

Speaking on the initiative, ASTT President Steve Apeldoorn said “Tomorrows engineers will play a significant part in the future of Trenchless Technology.

“This partnership provides an opportunity to get these talented individuals to learn about Trenchless Technology, and hopefully inspire their future involvement in our industry. We extend a warm welcome to these Queensland students and we hope that we can offer similar partnerships, with other universities, at our future conferences.”

At the show, students will attend technical sessions and see what’s on display across the exhibition show floor to ground their knowledge in trenchless applications, and provide ideas on career pathways in this sector of the industry.

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