Bringing together the Southern Hemisphere’s largest trenchless industry under the roof of the Gold Coast Exhibition and Convention Centre from 8-11 September, No-Dig Down Under will showcase the latest products, developments and innovations within the ever-evolving underground infrastructure industries.
Professionals from the utilities sector, local council and governments, as well as education and training providers, will benefit from hearing about a wide range of methodologies for installing, repairing and monitoring assets. Attendees will be shown how trenchless methods can reduce project costs, minimise disruption and construction impacts, maintain stringent environmental standards and enhance asset management programs and networks.
Take the risk and uncertainty out of projects by speaking to the owners and developers of the most reputed and trusted technologies from Australasia and around the globe.
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Get with the program
Featuring two conference streams straddling both the installation and rehabilitation sectors of the trenchless industry, No-Dig Down Under’s conference program offers the latest case studies, innovations and technological developments.
The best of Australasia’s trenchless sector will be represented in the two-and-a-half day, conference, which features 32 presentations alongside high profile keynote speakers and panel discussions.
Full program details are online at nodigdownunder.com
The great exhibition
In tandem with the conference proceedings will be an exhibition hall packed to the rafters with the latest in trenchless equipment and technology.
The exhibition hall provides the ideal forum to get up close and personal with the most effective technologies at market, complete with hands-on demonstrations and expert staff, technicians and company representatives.
With the trenchless industry never sitting idle, the exhibition hall is a great way to get up to date on the most recent advancements in one fell swoop, with breakthrough technologies potentially able to reduce costs, improve standards and regulations, and further minimise disruptions. Get ready to roam the floor!
Interested in showcasing your product or service in the prestigious No-Dig Down Under exhibition hall? Limited booth spaces are still available.
Contact Lisa Hesketh on +61 3 9248 5100 for more information, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
No-Dig Down Under 2015 will feature a trio of cornerstone social events specifically designed to help forge new business connections and reconnect with colleagues and friends, all while relaxing and enjoying the picturesque surroundings of the Gold Coast. The events calendar will run as follows:
Tuesday 8 September
5.00pm – 7.00pm
Kicking off the event in style with an opening cocktail networking event.
Vermeer Boat Cruise
Wednesday 9 September
5.30pm – 10.30pm
Following a busy but highly informative day at the conference and exhibition, a beautiful cruise through the Gold Coast Canals will provide the perfect backdrop for an evening of tropical fun and festivity. The voyage ends with an island party laden with delicious food and refreshing drinks – a great way to enjoy a warm Gold Coast spring evening.
ASTT Gala Dinner and Awards Evening
Thursday 10 September
7.00pm – 11.00pm
Jupiters Gold Coast
The No-Dig Down Under event culminates with the Gala Dinner and ASTT Awards evening. This prestigious occasion celebrates the top performers within the trenchless and no-dig industries, with awards presented for the best projects, people and technologies over the past year. The event features a three-course meal and will be accompanied by top-class entertainment. Be a part of history and rub shoulders with the best and brightest in the sector!
Nominations for the ASTT awards are now open. If you think a particular project, person or technology should be recognised with one of Australasia’s top trenchless industry accolades, visit nodigdownunder.com/awards to find out more.