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Minnesota Municipal Forum 2017

Trenchless Technology Center at Louisiana Tech University

Thursday, May 4, 2017 from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM (CDT)

Minnesota Municipal Forum 2017

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Municipal Participant - Regular Fee
May 25, 2017 $75.00 $5.12
Non-Municipal Participant - Advance Registration
Register by 5/4/17 (3 weeks before)
May 4, 2017 $115.00 $7.32
Non-Municipal Participant - Regular Fee May 25, 2017 $125.00 $7.87
Exhibitor   more info May 4, 2017 $300.00 $17.49
Sponsor   more info May 4, 2017 $500.00 $28.49
SupperSponsor   more info May 4, 2017 $750.00 $42.24

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Trenchless Technology Center
presents
Minnesota Municipal Forum 2017


Thursday, May 4, 2017                                AGENDA w/ABSTRACTS
8:30 A.M. – 4:00 P.M.
 
Hosted by
Eric Wharton, City of Bloomington  

A regional municipal forum established to allow personnel from individual municipalities to meet and share their experiences in applying trenchless technologies to underground utility problems. It also allows them to cooperate on essential activities related to trenchless technology that are difficult, time consuming and expensive to undertake individually.

Location: 
Bloomington Public Works, 1700 West 98th St, Bloomington, MN 55431

 

Fee:
$75/person for municipal employees, $125/person for other participants.

 

Fee includes lunch/refreshments, handouts, CE certificates, presentations, discussions, and networking opportunities.
Cost of a CEU/PDH certificate is included in registration. 

 

Discounts:
        Super Saver (3 wks before forum date): $20 off  -- EXPIRES 4/13/2017

 

Refund Policy:
         100% refund for cancellations up to 15 days before the forum. 
          50% refund for cancellations up to 7 days before the forum. 
          No refund for cancellations in the last 6 days before the forum.
          
          No fee for name change on registration. 

Agenda  ...............    Download printable AGENDA with presentations' abstracts

8:30   Coffee and reception
8:30   MINI-EXHIBITION OPENS
9:00   WELCOME AND INTRODUCTIONS

9:20   TECHNICAL PRESENTATIONS
12:00  Lunch
12:30 TECHNICAL PRESENTATIONS (continue)

2:45   “MUNICIPAL PARTICIPANTS ONLY” SESSION 
         (duration determined by participants)
4:00   MINI-EXHIBITION CLOSES
4:00    Adjourn

 

Technical Presentations

#1 Moving Inspections from the Underground to the Palm of Your Hand
     – Spatial Data Collection Technologies & Case Studies
 
     ... David Patterson, CH2M

#2 Guided Boring … Justin Akkerman, Akkerman

#3 Rehabilitation and Installation of Pressure Pipelines
     ... Dan Christensen, UGSI/Aegion

#4 Manhole Rehabilitation – Considerations for Good Decision Making...
     Bob Merton, Spectrashield Liner Systems

#5 Sealing the Collection System: With a Focus on Main-to-Lateral
      Rehabilitation
… 
     ... Pete Dannenberg, LMK Technologies

#6 Fold and Form PVC Liners for Culvert Rehabilitation
     ... David Ohayon, IPEX USA LLC

#7 Jacking and Tunnel Applications
     ... Vince Paparozzi, Hobas Pipe USA

 

Exhibitors
TBA

Please visit our website at ttc.latech.edu to learn more about the Trenchless Technology Center.  If you need any additional assitance, you may contact Jadranka Simicevic via email at jadranka@latech.edu or by phone 318-278-0437. 

Have questions about Minnesota Municipal Forum 2017? Contact Trenchless Technology Center at Louisiana Tech University
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Bloomington Public Works
1700 West 98th St.
Bloomington, MN 55431

Thursday, May 4, 2017 from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM (CDT)


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Trenchless Technology Center at Louisiana Tech University

The Trenchless Technology Center (TTC) is a University/Industry/Government cooperative research center located on the campus of Louisiana Tech University  in northeast Louisiana.  TTC was established in 1991 to promote research, development, and technology transfer, focusing on education about the availability and capability of trenchless methods for underground infrastructure problems. Our mission is to advance trenchless technology by serving as an independent source of knowledge, research and education.

The Municipal Users' Forum Program for trenchless technology was in initiated in 1996 as an effort to link municipalities and public works agencies together to share information on the application of trenchless technologies to underground utility installation and repair.

Visit our website at http://ttc.latech.edu or send us an email at ttc@coes.latech.edu.

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