New Installation Methods Good Practices (Calgary, Alberta)

Nov 24, 2009
Target groups: technicians, engineers, students, skilled worker, decider
Category: Seminar
The NASTT New Installation Methods Good Practices Seminar is a one-day course that addresses a number of trenchless methods commonly used to install new pipe and pipe casing. These methods include: auger boring, pipe ramming, pipe jacking and the pilot tube method. The key to any successful project is using the right construction method. The NASTT New Installation Methods Good Practices Seminar will help you to determine which method to use under various project conditions and requirements using examples and case studies to illustrate. The course is ideally suited for municipal engineers, utility personnel, designers, managers, owners and contractors who are involved in the construction, rehabilitating and managing of underground utilities.

Course Outline:
  • Introduction of Trenchless Methods for New Installations
  • Importance of Understanding Subsurface Conditions
  • Site Set-up, Shafts, Pits and Portals
  • Pilot Tube Method
  • Auger Boring
  • Pipe Ramming
  • Pipe Jacking
  • Casing vs. Product Pipe and Grouting
  • Examples and Case Studies

For more informations to this seminar, please click here.
Calgary, Alberta


Angela Ghosh


+1 703-217-1382



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