Registration is now open for NASTT's No-Dig Show - the largest tradeshow solely devoted to the trenchless technology industry
Jan 04, 2018
This annual gathering convenes in Palm Springs, California, March 25-29 at the Palm Springs Convention Center. The 2018 No-Dig Show returns to the West Coast and California for the first since 2013, when it was held in Sacramento.
The 2018 NASTT No-Dig Show — managed by Benjamin Media Inc. — is a trenchless celebration that expertly combines professional and high-quality education and exhibits with fun and entertaining networking opportunities over the course of the five-day event.
This annual conference brings together trenchless professionals across the spectrum of the industry to push forward the trenchless message to attendees who include public works, contractors, engineers, utility owners, damage prevention and industrial facility personnel. The 2018 conference is expected to attract 2,000 attendees and approximately 200 exhibiting companies.
NASTT’s No-Dig Show blends education and technology through its topnotch Technical Program, which features over 160 peer-reviewed, high-quality technical papers, as well as opportunities for Continuing Education Units (CEUs). The topics run the gamut of the trenchless rehabilitation and new installation industry.
The Exhibit Hall covers more than 92,000 sq ft. Special networking events include the annual Kick-off Breakfast, Gala Awards Dinner, NASTT’s Hall of Fame induction, the 17th Annual Educational Fund Auction and Reception and Closing Luncheon.
Keep track of the entire show and connect with other attendees using the official 2018 mobile event app. This app puts the NASTT’s No-Dig Show events and latest happenings at your fingertips.
For information about registration, contact email@example.com and for the Auction, contact Jenna Hale at firstname.lastname@example.org. For exhibitor and sponsorship opportunities, contact Brittany Cline at email@example.com.
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