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2013 Events

November 21, 2013 | Horizontal Directional Drilling – Design of Steel and Plastic Pipelines
This design workshop covers the HDD pipeline design process from planning, drilled path design, product pipe load verification (operational and installation loads), bore construction planning, risk analysis and evaluation, and equipment/tooling selection. ASTM F1962, the Plastic Pipe Institute and PRCI pipe design methods will also be covered. The HDD design tool, “BoreAid” will be used throughout the workshop to demonstrate each course topic. The workshop will provide complete technical information on the design and construction of HDD applications. The focus will be on HDD implementations with steel and plastic pipelines, providing guidelines for HDD projects, example specifications, and information on risk reduction. More details, click here.

November 14, 2013 | CIPP Design & Construction and Quality Assurance
Cured-In-Place-Pipe (CIPP) renovation has been an effective trenchless pipeline rehabilitation method in Canada since the late 1980’s. Over the years CIPP is one of the most widely used and accepted trenchless pipeline rehabilitation methods for storm, wastewater, and more recently water distribution pipelines. Taught by leading industry experts, this workshop will cover the basics of CIPP materials, design, application technologies, and QA/QC techniques.For more details, click here.

October 23, 2013 | Annual Social and General Meeting
CATT members and the general public are invited to attend this annual event at the Mississauga Grand Convention Centre. The keynote speaker is John Braam, City Engineer for the City of London who will share his experience and insight. For more details and to register, click here.

October 9, 2013 | Advances in Utility Mapping
Utility Mapping is a key aspect of many projects.  Advancements, such as the use of Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE), helps in reducing unforeseen conflicts with exiting utilities and thus reduces delays in construction schedules and project costs. This hands-on workshop will provide an overview of various advancements in utility mapping technologies and standards.  Technologies covered may include Ground Penetrating Radar, Acoustic Pipe Locators, Electromagnetic Pipe and Cable locators,  and vacuum excavation.   Field demonstrations will be provided so participants will get an opportunity to see and experience the latest tools and equipment available to acquire and manage quality underground information to avoid conflicts with existing utilities.  We will cover the new industry standards such as the CI/ASCE 38-02 and the CSA S250 which provide guidelines for doing investigations and creating records.
For more details click here.

MARCH 21, 2013 | Advances in Watermain Renovation and Protection | VENUE: Centre for Health &Safety Innovation (CHSI)
This seminar will focus on the latest trenchless water main renovation and protection methodologies currently being practiced throughout the industry such as CCTV pipe inspections, Laser Profiling and recreating plan and profile data from within the pipe using Gyroscope Technology with the aid of GPS. You will hear from industry leaders on the effectiveness of these advances and how they can benefit individuals who are involved in pipe inspections, asset management and condition assessment. For more details, click here to download the form
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Feb 19, 2013 | Introduction to Microtunnelling and Geotechnical Baseline Reports| VENUE: MISSISSAUGA GRAND
This workshop will introduce attendees to two, relatively new advances for trenchless/underground construction in Ontario: microtunnelling and geotechnical baseline reports. Until recently, microtunneling was not commonly used in the Province of Ontario. Within the past year, the number of microtunnelling projects completed in Ontario has increased dramatically. The success of these projects has led many owners and designers to increasingly call for this technology. Geotechnical baseline reports were developed as a means to manage the risk of differing site condition claims for underground construction projects; it is a contractual statement of ground conditions that a contractor may rely upon when preparing their bids, and which an owner may use when evaluating a differing site condition claim. This workshop will provide attendees with an overview of both microtunnelling and geotechnical baseline reports, including their key features, benefits and limitations. Workshop presenters are local and international experts from the consulting, contracting and equipment manufacturing fields who have utilized these technologies on challenging trenchless projects across North America and around the world.

Feb 4, 2013 | OGRA/CATT TRENCHLESS TECHNOLOGIES 101
Over the past century, cities across Canada developed and expanded water distribution networks that consist of thousands of kilometres of buried pipelines. Today, many municipalities are faced with the challenge of constructing new pipelines in crowded urban environments, as well as, accessing and renovating aging and deteriorated pipes. This course offers an informative overview of Trenchless Technology as it applies to todays industry. For more information please visit www.ogra.org.

Jan 24, 2013 | Pilot Project: Lessons Learned | VENUE: MISSISSAUGA GRAND
This workshop reviews how recent pilot projects used new trenchless technologies for better asset management and infrastructure integrity. The case studies presented show how engineers and municipalities adopt and implement cost effective pipeline renovation programs.


2012 Events

NOV 29, 2012 | Design of Steel and Plastic Pipelines Installed Using a Directional Drill | VENUE: STRATE'S RESTAURANT/BANQUET HALL
If you have been are going to be involved with the design, construction and or inspection of a horizontal directional drilling (HDD) project you will want to attend this one day workshop that covers the HDD pipeline design process from planning, drilled path design, product pipe load verification (operational and installation loads), bore construction planning, risk analysis and evaluation, and equipment/tooling selection. ASTM F1962, the Plastic Pipe Institute and PRCI pipe design methods will also be discussed. HDD design and quality assurance and quality control tools such as BoreAid” and the new “PPI Boreaid” will be used throughout the workshop to demonstrate how to complete a successful HDD project.

NOV 14, 2012 | CIPP DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION | VENUE: MISSISSAUGA GRAND
This one day CIPP-only focused workshop will provide an in-depth overview of the history of CIPP, how CIPP works and its components, problems that can be addressed with CIPP linings, CIPP liner design and materials properties, key elements for a successful CIPP project, and project quality assurance and quality control. At the end this course you will have good working knowledge of how CIPP work, CIPP components, recent trends in the industry, quality assurance and quality control, and how to develop good and fair CIPP contract specifications. This course will be of interest to municipal engineers, technicians and consultants interested using cost effective trenchless technologies for the renovation and repair of buried water and wastewater pipelines.

OCT 25, 2012 | CATT ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING | VENUE: MISSISSAUGA GRAND
 Plan to attend CATT’s Annual General Meeting. At this event, you will have an opportunity to learn about CATT’s activities during the past year and the plans for the following year. This is an occasion to celebrate CATT’s achievements while sharing a delicious meal and networking with other industry professionals. The keynote speaker will be Bernard P. Krzys, President & Publisher, Benjamin Media, who will be speaking on the history of Benjamin Media and of the trenchless industry, how it has evolved and where it is going. 

OCT 11, 2012 | ENGINNERING SUCCESSFULL TRENCHLESS PROJECTS | VENUE: MISSISSAUGA GRAND
The goal of this workshop is to provide specific information about contracts and specifications pertinent to trenchless technology projects. The workshop will bring together municipal engineers, contractors, consultants, regulators, and lawyers to provided multi-perspective details on developing proper contract documents. The topics will include: fundamentals of contract law; tender specifications; design considerations for trenchless projects (new construction and rehabilitation projects); trenchless vs. open-cut construction – key factors; contract documents – owner, engineer, contractor viewpoints; contractors’ and engineers’ prequalification; alternative forms of project delivery, e.g., design build projects; and quality assurance and quality control.

SEPT 20, 2012 | MAINTAINING MANHOLE INTEGRITY: ASSESSMENT AND RENEWAL TECHNOLOGIES | VENUE: MISSISSAUGA GRAND
 This workshop targets municipalities and engineers that need to keep informed regarding trends in manhole rehabilitation that includes precise condition assessments to enable cost effective design of solutions to address identified integrity issues. Elimination of infiltration methods including waterproofing, structural and chemical linings addressing manhole corrosion and structural integrity and case studies will be presented. Please click here for more details.

JUNE 07, 2012| ASSET MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES FOR SUSTAINABLE URBAN WATER AND WASTEWATER NETWORKS 

This one day workshop will focus on next generation techniques and related tools to address outstanding and emerging issues related to the asset management of urban water and wastewater networks. The models and tools integrate technical, financial and consumer sectors of urban water and wastewater systems in a dynamic framework that will assist water and wastewater utility managers to meet the mandate of new regulatory requirements. The workshop will discuss the methodology, underlying structure, formulation, and parameterization of the municipal water and wastewater models, and will demonstrate how to generate alternative management strategies using real municipal data.

Date and location: June 7, Niagara Falls, Ontario.

JUNE 04, 2012| TRENCHLESS TECHNOLOGY 101
 Date and location: June 04,, Niagara Falls, Ontario.

Asset Management Strategies for Sustainable Urban Water and Wastewater Networks -- This one day workshop will focus on next generation techniques and related tools to address outstanding and emerging issues related to the asset management of urban water and wastewater networks. The models and tools integrate technical, financial and consumer sectors of urban water and wastewater systems in a dynamic framework that will assist water and wastewater utility managers to meet the mandate of new regulatory requirements. The workshop will discuss the methodology, underlying structure, formulation, and parameterization of the municipal water and wastewater models, and will demonstrate how to generate alternative management strategies using real municipal data. (details)

CATT, in partnership with  OGRA, will present 2 courses designed to show how to use trenchless construction techniques to construct and renovate wastewater collection networks and water distribution networks while saving millions of dollars. For more details, check out OGRA website.

February 08, 2012: Introduction to Wastewater Pipelines', Construction, Condition Assessment & Renovation using Trenchless Construction Methods

February 9, 2012: Introduction to Potable Water Pipelines' Construction, Condition Assessment, and Renovation using Trenchless Construction Methods


2011 Events

January 25, 2011: Advances in Pipeline Inspection Tools Workshop
•This one day workshop is invaluable for those involved with pipelines inspections, evaluations, and condition assessment. Last held in 2007, this workshop will bring you up to date on the newest technologies that enable condition-based asset management.

February 9-10, 2011: Trenchless Technologies 101
• Over the past century, cities across Canada developed and expanded water distribution networks that consist of thousands of kilometres of buried pipelines. Today, many municipalities are faced with the challenge of constructing new pipelines in crowded urban environments, as well as, accessing and renovating aging and deteriorated pipes. This course offers an informative overview of Trenchless Technology as it applies to todays industry.

April 21, 2011: QA/QC for Cured-in-Place Pipe and Spray-on Lining – Watermain Rehabilitation Projects (details)

QA (quality assurance) refers to planned and systematic actions required to produce a desired quality product, whereas QC (quality control) involves suitable operational techniques and activities to ensure quality requirements. Having a good QA/QC program safeguards against potential pitfalls and ultimately saves time and money. This workshop is a great opportunity to learn from leading experts and practitioners about QA/QC during all stages of construction – that is, job planning, designing, tendering, installation, and post-installation and inspection – for having successful, cost-effective watermain renewal projects using CIPP and Spray-on Lining techniques. Additionally, topics related to the advantages and limitations of CIPP and Spray-on Lining methodologies and materials will be presented

May 5, 2011: Geotechnical Considerations for Successful Trenchless Technology Projects (details)

This workshop addresses geotechnical considerations for trenchless projects from the construction of small diameter pipeline installations to the construction of tunnels in various soil conditions. Workshop presenters are international experts from consulting engineers, contractors and equipment manufacturers who worked on some of the most challenging trenchless projects across North America and around the world.

September 15, 2011: Wastewater Pipelines Rehabilitation Projects

Introducing the latest Canadian edition of wastewater pipelines condition assessment protocol – CSA Standards PACP!

Start off on the right foot – successful completion of sewer projects depend on the selection of right equipment, technologies, and methodologies. This workshop, offered by the industry’s leading experts, will focus on wastewater pipelines condition assessment technologies and effective strategies for sewer rehabilitation construction design and related QA/QC. Selected case studies will present specific situations and real-world examples. Furthermore, the latest CSA Standards PACP (Canadian edition of Pipeline Assessment and Certification Program) will be presented. (details)

October 20, 2011: CIPP Design & Construction
Cured‐In‐Place‐Pipe (CIPP) renovation has been an effective trenchless pipeline rehabilitation method in Canada since the late 1980’s. Over the years CIPP is one of the most widely used and accepted trenchless pipeline rehabilitation methods for storm, waste water and more recently water distribution pipelines. (details)

October 26, 2011: Annual General Meeting (AGM)

Keynote speaker: Dr. Yehuda Kleiner, National Research Council of Canada, will make a presentation titled:

“From Research to Practice: Strides Towards BetterManagement of Buried Infrastructure”. This event will be held at the Mississauga Grand.

The National Research Council is the Government of Canada’s leading resource for research, development and technology based innovation and has been active since 1916. The NRC plays a leading role in providing Canada with strategic information, intelligence and offers access to leading edge technology, equipment research and training programs. A comprehensive suite of research, technology testing and business support services are offered enabling the development of specialized solutions for unique research and development needs through research collaborations, community innovation and industry support opportunities. (details)

November 15, 2011: Financially Sustainable Management Strategies for Urban and Wastewater Networks

Guest speaker: Dr. Dragan Savic, University of Exeter

Ontario’s Water Opportunities and Water Conservation Act, 2010 requires preparation of sustainability plans for municipal water and wastewater services. Besides specifying the essential components of a sustainability plan such as an asset management plan, a financial plan, a conservation plan, and a risk management plan, the Act also provides for establishment and progress monitoring of performance indicators. (read more)

This one day workshop will focus on state-of-the-art as well as next generation-tools for effective, efficient and sustainable asset management of urban water and wastewater networks. This workshop includes a breakout session where the participants will gain hands-on experience using real municipal data to generate alternative management strategies using a next-generation asset management tool. (details)

November 17, 2011: Horizontal Directional Drilling – Design of Steel and Plastic Pipelines

If you have been are going to be involved with the design, construction and or inspection of a horizontal directional drilling (HDD) project you will want to attend this one day workshop that covers the HDD pipeline design process from planning, drilled path design, product pipe load verification (operational and installation loads), bore construction planning, risk analysis and evaluation, and equipment/tooling selection. ASTM F1962, the Plastic Pipe Institute and PRCI pipe design methods will also be discussed. HDD design and quality assurance and quality control tools such as BoreAid” and the new “PPI Boreaid” will be used throughout the workshop to demonstrate how to complete a successful HDD project. (details)

Presented by:

Larry Petroff  P.E :with 40 years of experience in the plastic pipe industry, including 30 years with a major HDPE pipe producer. He is a member of ASTM, AWWA, and ASCE and serves on the ASME code committee for plastic pipe in nuclear applications. Larry was the TG Chairman for the development of ASTM F1962, horizontal directional drilling of HDPE pipe, as well as a contributing author to ASCE MOP 108 on directional drilling.
Dr. Mark Knight, PhD, PEng: Associate Professor University of Waterloo. HDD researcher, consultant and co-developer of BOREAID and PPI-BOREAID.
Dr. Alireza Bayat PhD, PEng:University of Alberta Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering HDD researcher, consultant and co-developer of BOREAID and PPI-BOREAID.
Karl Lawerence,  PhD, PEng: Golders Associates, HDD researcher, consultant and co-developer of BOREAID and PPI-BOREAID.
Camile Rubeiz – PE: Director of Engineering Plastic Pipe Institute (PPI)

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2010 Events

October 14: CIPP Design and Construction Workshop - Mississauga
•This one day workshop provides an overview of pipeline rehabilitation using CIPP
(details).

November 11: HDD Design Workshop - Waterloo
• This one day workshop will provide an overview of HDD Design and include examples using the BoreAid design tool (details).

September 15: Tools for Sustainable Buried Infrastructure - Mississauga
•This one day workshop focuses on state-of-the-art and next generation tools and techniques for the management of water and wastewater networks (details).

September 28: Trenchless Contracts Specifications Workshop - Mississauga
•This one day workshop focuses on developing realistic and relevant contracts (details).

March 10, 2010: Watermain Rehabilitation Workshop (details).

Evaluations for this course are in: 100% of the attendees thought this course was useful and would recommend it to others.

April 7, 2010: Sewer Rehabilitation Workshop (details).

Toronto Road Show 2010

CATT and TT Magazine co-hosted 2010 Trenchless Road Show.
June 9 to June 10, 2010 Missassauga, Ontario

CATT's Trenchless RoadShow 2010 was a great success with 339 attendees and 45 exhibitors. Following the show we had lots of positive comments such as "the turnout is amazing", "excellent presentations and speakers". Our next show will be in early June of 2010. The 2012 roadshow's location is still to be determined and more details will follow.

We welcome your comments and suggestions for the 2012 location in Southern Ontario.

Once again CATT will be partnering with Trenchless Technology to bring to you Canada's most successful trenchless trade show.

Check out the Thank You letter on the CATT home page.

OGRA Courses [website]

January 28-29, 2010: TT 101

February 11, 2010: Horizontal Directional Drilling Construction, Inspection, and QA/QC

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2009 Events

CATT Workshops

Design of Steel and Plastic Pipe Installed Using a Directional Drill
Thursday November 26, 2009 (details)

We welcome your comments and suggestions on this and other events.

Underground Utility Location Workshop
Wednesday September 23, 2009
(details)

This event was a huge success! Take a look at some of the comments by the participants: "very useful", "would recommend to all surveyors, public sectors workers", "very knowledgeable and interesting speakers", "lots of real-life examples", "great workshop".

We welcome your comments and suggestions on this and other events.

OGRA Courses

  • HDD Construction, Inspection, and QA/QC
    Thursday January 20, 2009 (details)

  • Trenchless 101
    Thursday February 12, 2009 (details)

2008 Events

OGRA Courses

  • HDD Construction, Inspection, and QA/QC
    Thursday January 17, 2008 (details)
  • Trenchless 101
    Thursday February 6-7, 2008

CATT Workshops

  • Workshop: Steps Toward the Successful Design of a Microtunneling Project
    February 28, 2008
    Red Rose Convention Centre, Mississauga ON (details)
  • Workshop: Manhole Assessment and Rehabilitation
    March 4, 2008
    Mississauga Grand (details)
  • HDD Workshop: Design of Steel and Plastic PIpelines Installed Using a Directional Drill
    November 27, 2008
    Mississauga Grand (details)
  • Workshop: Sewer Laterals

    December 3, 2008
    Mississauga Grand (details)

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2007 Events

Conference

  • CATT and TT Magazine co-hosted 2007 Trenchless Road Show.
    May 28 to June 1, 2007 Niagara Falls, Ontario (details)

    CATT's Trenchless RoadShow 2007 was a great success with over 300 attendees and 44 exhibitors. Following the show we had lots of positive comments such as "this is the best show yet", "amazing technical program and speakers". Due to the 2009 International NO-DIG show being held in Toronto in the Spring of 2007, our next show will be in the Spring of 2010. Since the RoadShow has outgrown the Brock Plaza Hotel, in Niagara Falls, we will be looking for a new 2010 venue.

    We welcome your comments and suggestions for the 2010 location in Southern Ontario.
  • CNAM
    May 13 to May 15, 2007 Hamilton, Ontario (details)
The Canadian National Asset Management (CNAM) Working Session by Municipalities for Municipalities" was a great success with 35 municipalities from across Canada and 119 attendees. Information on the workshops will be posted at  http://www.cnam.ca in the near future. Congratulations to the organizing committee, the City of Hamilton and Kevin Bainbridge the workshop Chair for a job WELL DONE. CATT was honored to be a part of the organizing committee and to be a supporting organization.

 

OGRA Courses

  • HDD QA/QC
    January 18, 2007 (details)
  • Next Generation of Pipeline Inspection Tools
    February 22, 2007 (details)

CATT Workshops

  • Geotechnical Considerations for Successful Trenchless Technologies Projects
    November 8, 2007 (details)
  • Pipe Bursting: Technology and Applications
    March 22, 2007 (details)
  • HDD in landfills
    May 3, 2007 (details)
  • AGM Dinner Seminar
    October 25, 2007
    Mississauga Grand (details)
  • Workshop: Geotechnical Investigations of Trenchless Projects
    November 8, 2007
    Mississauga Grand (details)
  • Presentation: Construction of Leachate Control Wells in Municipal Solid Waste with a Directional Drill
    December 3, 2007
    Ministry of the Environment Auditorium, Etobicoke (details)

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2006 Events

OGRA Courses

  • HDD Construction, Inspection, and QA/QC
    Thursday January 19 (details)
  • NAPPI Course (Trenchless Technology - CCTV Sewer Inspection Training (TT-CCTV))
    Thursday/Friday January 26/27 (details)
  • Asset Management
    Thursday/Friday, March 2/3 (details)
  • Sewer Rehab and Design
    Thursday/Friday, March 9/10 (details)

Workshops

  • Introduction to Side Scanning Evaluation Technology (SSET)
    Thursday January 12 (details)
  • CATT SSET Consortium
    Tuesday February 21 (details)
  • UW Student Research & CATT Cost Effective Research - CANCELLED
    Thursday April 13 (details)
  • Water Main Management Workshop
    Thursday May 11 (details)
  • Sahara Pressure Pipe Inspection Consortium
    Thursday May 26 (details)
  • “A New Technology for the Evaluation of Sewer/Storm Water Networks”
    Thursday June 12 (details)
  • Trenchless Technology Design for the Rehabilitation and Construction of Gravity Sewers
    Tuesday November 28 (details)

Seminars

  • CATT - Annual General Meeting, Dinner and Presentation
    Tuesday October 17 (details)

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2005 Events

CATT/OGRA Courses

  • NAAPI-CCTV Certification & Reviewers Courses
    January 26/27, 2005
    Mississauga, Ontario
    No. of Registrants - 24
  • Flexible Liners Course
    March 31 – April 1, 2005
    Mississauga, Ontario
    No. of Registrants - 14
  • Watermain Rehab Course
    April 14/15, 2005
    Mississauga, Ontario
    No. of Registrants - 19
  • Sewer Rehab Course
    May 26/27, 2005
    Mississauga, Ontario
    No. of Registrants - 10

Seminars

  • Breakfast Seminar: “A New Tool in Canada for the Inspection of Sewers – Sewer Scanning and Evaluation Technologies”
    Speaker: Bruce Noble – PipeFlo
    March 10, 2005
    No. of Registrants - 27
  • Breakfast Seminar: “Watermain CCTV Inspection” Looking down the barrel of a gun – or is that a cast iron watermain?
    Speaker: Mark Bajor – Region of Halton
    June 14, 2005
    No. of Registrants - 16
  • CATT Annual General Meeting, Dinner, and Presentation: “Watermain Condition Assessment; How Do We Get Started?”
    Speaker: Kevin Bainbridge – City of Hamilton
    November 17, 2005
    No. of Registrants as of November 14th - 52

Conference

  • CATT and TT Magazine co-hosted 2005 Rehab Road Show
    June 21/23, 2005
    Niagara Falls, Ontario
    No. of Presenters – 44
    No. of Exhibitors – 39
    Companies – No. of people manning booths - 88
    No. of Attendees to seminars and exhibits – 174

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2004 Events

Cross Canada Tour: "Buried Asset Management – Where do we start? Where are we going?”
Speaker: Dr. Tom Iseley

Tour Locations: 

  • Moncton, NB – October 18
  • Region of York, ON – October 20
  • Winnipeg, MB – October 21
  • Saskatoon, SK – October 22
  • Burnaby, B.C. – October 25
  • Edmonton, AB – October 26

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2003 Events

NAAPI CCTV Courses

  • Edmonton, Alberta (Grey Nuns Conference & Retreat Centre)
    April 24/25, 2003
  • Burlington, Ontario (King’s Court Banquet Centre)
    May 8/9, 2003
  • br> June 19/20, 2003
  • Winnipeg, Manitoba (Canad Inns – Polo Park)
    February 27/28, 2003

OGRA/CATT Workshops

  • Watermain Rehabilitation
    Best Western Toronto Airport, Ontario
    January 13/14, 2003
  • “Reduce Costs and Improve Safety on Underground Infrastructure Projects
    – Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE): The Proven Method”
    May 1, 2003

Seminars and Workshops

  • Workshop: CATT/UW Student Research Workshop
    University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario
    February 27, 2003
  • Breakfast Seminar: "Development of a PVC Piping System for Pulled in Place Applications”
    Speaker: Richard St-Aubin - IPEX Inc.
    May 8, 2003
  • Breakfast Seminar: "Location Large Diameter Sewers in the City of Toronto Using Electromagnetic Field Detection Technology”
    Speaker: David Crowder
    June 10, 2003
  • Workshop: Water & Sewer Asset Management Workshop
    University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario
    October 23, 2003
  • Workshop: Water Network Rehabilitation
    University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario
    November 13, 2003

Conference

  • CATT and TT Magazine co-hosted 2003 Rehab Road Show
    Sewer & Water Pipeline Rehabilitation/New Installation Conference & Trade Show
    June 19/20, 2003
    Waterloo, Ontario

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2002 Events

OGRA/CATT Workshops

  • CCTV Certification
    Best Western Toronto Airport, Ontario
    October 18/19, 2002
  • Sewer Rehabilitation
    Best Western Toronto Airport, Ontario
    Dec 2/3, 2002

Seminars and Workshops

  • Seminar: “Costs Associated with Underground Utility Hits and Methods to Reduce These Costs”
    University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario
    March 14, 2002
  • Seminar: Horizontal Directional Drilling
    Regional Municipality of York, Newmarket, Ontario
    June 19, 2002
  • Workshop: Industry Perspectives on Utility Locates
    Sheridan College, Trafalgar North Campus
    June 27, 2002
  • Breakfast Seminar: “Elmira Inflow/Infiltration Reconstruction Project”
    Speaker: Garry Leveck - Stantec Consulting Ltd.
    Speaker: Rod Kruger, Manager of Engineering Operations - Township of Woolwich
    University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario
    September 12, 2002
  • Workshop: “CIPP Liner Design”
    University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario
    October 23/24, 2002
  • Seminar: “Quality of Butt-Fused HDPE Pipe Joints”
    Speaker: Mr. Jack Zhao
    University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario
    December 12, 2002

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2001 Events

  • Workshop: “Horizontal Directional Drilling – Towards the Future”
    January 18, 2001
  • International Conference: “Underground Infrastructure Research, Municipal, Industrial and Environmental Applications”
    Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
    June 10-13, 2001

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2000 Events

  • Seminar: “Focus on Infrastructure”
    February 10, 2000
  • Seminar: “Underground Infrastructure Research Directions”
    October 19, 2000

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1999 Events

  • Technical Seminar on Municipal Infrastructure: “Modern Pipeline Assessment Practices and the Development of an Integrated Sewer Management System”
    October, 1999
  • Introduction to Trenchless Technologies
    Halifax, Nova Scotia
    November 1999
  • Trenchless Technologies & Direct Push Soil and Groundwater Sampling
    November 1999

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1998 Events

  • “Sharing the Knowledge” (CERIU/CATT/NRC)
    Ottawa, Ontario
    February 11, 1998
  • Rehabilitation Workshop
    March 4, 1998
  • Trenchless Technology Seminar
    Sudbury, Ontario
    April 17, 1998
  • Trenchless Technology Seminar
    Ajax, Ontario
    May 27, 1998
  • Bi-Annual Conference and Field Exposition
    September 21-23, 1998

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1997 Events

  • Breakfast Seminar: Urban Infrastructure Research at NRC: "Helping Maintain Canada's Municipal Assets"
    February 21, 1997
  • Directional Drilling Workshop
    March 21, 1997
  • Breakfast Seminar: "Bonding Issues in the Trenchless Industry"
    May 30, 1997
  • Pipe Bursting Seminar
    June 24, 1997
  • Sewer Rehabilitation Seminar
    September 23, 1997
  • Trenchless Materials Seminar: "Helping Maintain Canada's Municipal Assets"
    November 1997

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1996 Events

  • Breakfast Seminar: Municipal Economics and Trenchless Technologies: "Budget Saving Through the Use of New Technologies"
    January 16, 1996
  • Workshop: "Materials and Methods in Trenchless Technologies - Spot Repairs"
    February 15, 1996
  • Workshop: "Microtunneling Information Session and Site Visit to Devils Creek"
    Cambridge, Ontario
    March 6, 1996
  • Seminar: "CCTV Inspection and Interpretation"
    May 16, 1996
  • Specifications Workshop
    September 12, 1996
  • Breakfast Seminar: "Research Directions at the University of Waterloo (Industry/Municipalities/Research Partners)"
    December 17, 1996

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1995 Events

  • Workshop: "Behaviour of PE Pipe in Trenchless Installation"
    May 4, 1995
  • Workshop: "Micro-tunneling Information Session and Site Visit"
    September 13, 1995
  • Workshop: "Identification of Sub-Surface Features for Trenchless Technology Projects"
    November 9, 1995

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