NASTT Offering Intro Course for Pipeline Rehab Methods

The virtual course is scheduled for Feb. 15

NASTT Offering Intro Course for Pipeline Rehab Methods

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The North American Society for Trenchless Technology (NASTT) is offering an Introduction to Trenchless Technology–Rehabilitation course Feb. 15 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Eastern Time. 

This introductory short course from the Good Practices series is ideally suited for both newcomers to the industry and for anyone interested in a refresher course on trenchless technology methods. It provides an overview of the methods available for rehabilitating water, sewer and gas systems without the need for excavation.

The course will cover a range of techniques including cement mortar lining, polymer lining, CIPP lining, internal joint seals, fiber-reinforced polymers, sliplining, symmetrical reduction, fold and form, pipe bursting, chemical grouting, close fitting liner, PVC spiral wound, pipe reaming, panel liners, spray on lining, point repair, lateral liners, and manhole rehabilitation.

NASTT will have expert volunteer instructors on hand to lead the course, including Patrick Moskwa, engineer with Robinson Consultants; Jennifer Glynn, engineer with Woodard & Curran; and Cindy Preuss, engineer with CDM Smith.

This virtual course offers all the benefits of NASTT's in-person training events, including real-time Q&A opportunities with expert instructors, an electronic course manual for note-taking and class engagement, and a companion Good Practices Guidelines book (mailed post-course).

Participants will receive Continuing Education Units provided by the Trenchless Technology Center at Louisiana Tech University.

Click here to register.


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