TTC ABS 2017
Monday, February 13, 2017 at 8:00 AM - Friday, February 17, 2017 at 5:00 PM (CST)
Welcome to the
TTC Auger Boring School (ABS) 2017
SCHOOL WEB SITE: http://ttcspecialtyschools.com/abs
The TTC Auger Boring School (ABS) is an intensive 5-day course which will give practitioners the knowledge and tools to complete successful auger boring projects.
ABS 2017 offers instruction in two tracks: ENGINEERS' TRACK and CONTRACTORS' TRACK. When registering, students can choose the track based on their needs and interest.
Regular course runs for 5 days (Mon-Fri). In addition, engineers can opt for a compressed 3-day course (Mon-Wed).
NOTE: Daily schedule and instructional material from 2015 are being modified to fit instruction in two tracks. Check here or on the school web site periodically to see updates.
At the end of this short course, students will receive a Certificate of Completion and a CE Certificate (approx 40 PDHs for a regular 5-day course).
Who Should Attend:
Contractors, Project Superintendents, Foremen, Crew Members, Estimators, Public officials, Engineers, Educators, DOT Representatives, Regulatory Agency Representatives, Public Utility Employees, etc..
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Yes. Please contact Jadranka Simicevic, to request the name change on registration.
What is the refund policy?
If cancelled by Nov 30, 2016: 100% of the registration fees will be refunded
If cancelled by Dec 31, 2016: 50% of the registration fees will be refunded
If cancelled by Jan 29, 2017: 20% of the registration fees will be refunded
If cancelled after Jan 29, 2017, registrations will not be eligible for a refund.
Jadranka Simicevic, TTC ABS Director, email@example.com
When & Where
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.