Upcoming Webinars

Seven Critical Design & Construction Considerations for Relining a Drainage Structure

ContechWednesday, Feb. 22 at 2:00 p.m. EST

An accurate condition assessment of the existing structure helps determine what will fit inside and also helps determine how urgent the situation is. Knowing the age and performance history of the structure is helpful too. Inside access is critical – looking at a structure from the ends or from the outside of a manhole will not give you the whole picture.
Sponsored by: Contech Engineered Solutions – www.conteches.com

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New Standards for Rehabilitation Testing & Certification with Electro Scanning Inspection

ElectroscanWednesday, March 8 at 1:00 PM EST

Many sewer agencies, consulting engineers, and city managers have long suspected problems with CIPP liners, but without the ability to dispute or challenge contractors due to heavy reliance on CCTV inspections. Until now!
Sponsored by: Electro Scan Inc.

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Best Practices: Manhole Rehab

Raven Lining SystemsWednesday, March 29 at 2:00 PM EST

This webinar is designed to overview the proven process to successfully rehabilitate manholes using a bonded liner system, while giving the audience an opportunity to discuss challenges and guidelines for successful projects.
Sponsored by: Raven Lining Systems

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*It is the responsibility of attendees to contact their state approval boards to verify whether they accept webinars for credit. It is free to attend a Trenchless Technology webinar. If you would like a CEU certificate for attending there will be a $10 administrative fee. Click here for CEU Form (PDF). CEUs are not offered for NASTT webinar sessions done in conjunction with Trenchless Technology/UIM.