There are less than two weeks until Australasia’s only dedicated Trenchless Technology conference, No-Dig Down Under (NDDU), takes place on the Gold Coast.
Registrations are still available for the event, which will take place on 12-15 of September at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre.
NDDU includes a full conference program, training sessions, a technical program and networking opportunities with trenchless professionals, educators and experts from Australasia and around the world.
Click here to register for No-Dig Down Under 2017.
Full conference registration includes access to all conference sessions, an exhibition hall pass, catering throughout the event and a ticket to each of the social networking events.
The exhibition opening, sponsored by Empire Infrastructure, will be attended by many Australasian VIPs, exhibitors and delegates before the exhibition and conference gets underway.
The Boat Cruise, sponsored by Vermeer, will take place on Wednesday 13 September, leaving Mariners Cove Marina for a 30 minute trip on a luxurious catamaran where guests will enjoy VIP service with canapés and drinks, before arriving on an exclusive tropical paradise at Stradbroke Island for a five star dinner, drinks and entertainment.
The final NDDU social event, sponsored by Ditch Witch, is the ASTT Gala Dinner and Awards Evening on Thursday 14 September at The Star Gold Coast.
The prestigious Gala Dinner will feature top class entertainment and a three-course meal, bringing delegates and international guests together to celebrate the industry’s achievements while also giving guests the perfect opportunity to network.
Additional tickets to the social functions are also available for purchase for partners, spouses or clients.
In 2017, NDDU will also feature three training courses on horizontal directional drilling (HDD), cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) and pipe bursting, the content of which has been exclusively licenced from the North American Society of Trenchless Technology.
Click here to register for the ASTT Training Courses.
The ASTT has licensed the training courses and adapted the material – which is world’s best practice – for Australasian audiences.
For more information visit the No-Dig Down Under 2017 website.
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