Water & Sewer Infrastructure Protection Symposium
Be the Solution. Prevent Water Loss and Overflow.
According to the ASCE's latest Report Card of America's Infrastructure, there are an estimated 240,000 water main breaks per year in the United States.
The Water & Sewer Infrastructure Protection Symposium is where water and sewer professionals from around the world come together to collaborate and learn how to better protect their pipelines and the public. The symposium will feature a 90 minute summit where industry leaders will discuss best practices on preventing damages. There will also be conference sessions covering hot topics created by an Advisory Board of industry experts.
Whether damage is from corrosion, directional boring, insufficient excavation practices or some other cause, the symposium will help you gain knowledge about how to address these issues while finding solutions that ultimately save money toward the bottom line.
"Topics covered everything from cross bores and first responders to utility locating and overall damage prevention programs.
These programs gave us the insight to make the necessary changes our company needs to keep our system, our employees, and our community safe." - Joseph Martin, Clayton County Water Authority, previous CGA 811 Excavation Safety Conference & Expo attendee
Registered attendees will have access to 50+ conference sessions, workshops, 100+ exhibits, networking events, new technology demonstrations and more. The symposium will be held at the Rosen Shingle Creek on March 14-16, 2017. The 90-minute summit (View 2016 Panel) will be held during the symposium.