The first in-person course presented by the Canadian Underground Infrastructure Innovation Centre (CUIIC) is set to take place March 21-22 in Mississauga, Ontario.
The Pipeline Rehabilitation Academy, presented by the CUIIC Academy, is a two-day course designed to equip attendees with knowledge related to asset management, condition assessment, maintenance and rehabilitation of underground pipelines. Attendees will get the chance to learn about the most up-to-date advancement and new technologies available to repair and rehabilitate the aging infrastructure.
The course features 19 technical presentations led by experts in the condition assessment and trenchless rehabilitation field. The complete agenda is available at academy.cuiic.ca/pipeline-rehabilitation/agenda. Registration is ongoing and an early registration discount is available through Jan. 27. Visit academy.cuiic.ca/pipeline-rehabilitation/registration for registration information. The course is organized by CUIIC, Benjamin Media Inc. and the University of Alberta.
The Pipeline Rehabilitation Academy will take place at the Mississauga Grand Banquet & Event Centre, 35 Brunel Road, Mississauga. For more information on the venue, as well as nearby accommodations, visit academy.cuiic.ca/pipeline-rehabilitation/venue.
The CUIIC Academy Pipeline Rehabilitation Academy is made possible in part to its sponsors. To date, those sponsors include Insituform Technologies Ltd., PPG, Channeline International and Akkerman.
Sponsorship opportunities are still available. Visit, academy.cuiic.ca/pipeline-rehabilitation/sponsorship for more information about these opportunities or contact Hannah Stakolich directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 440-465-9434.
CUIIC Academy is a partnership between CUIIC and Benjamin Media Inc. CUIIC’s mission is to provide stakeholders across all sectors with opportunities to collaborate on research and training opportunities in underground infrastructure; and to foster innovation to provide cost-effective, sustainable solutions to the challenges involved in building, assessing, and rehabilitating underground infrastructure. For more information, visit cuiic.ca.