Trenchless Technologies 101 Workshop @ The ORCGA SymposiumFebruary 11th, 2020
Held by UESI, CATT & The University of Waterloo
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Trenchless technologies include tools and techniques for condition assessment, rehabilitation, and installation of underground pipelines and utilities, and subsurface utility engineering. This course introduces subsurface utility engineering principles and techniques, and pipeline installation using horizontal directional drilling, pipe jacking, microtunnelling, and pipe bursting methods. Furthermore, trenchless rehabilitation of pipeline using various types of lining techniques are presented. In particular, material properties, lining technologies, and their benefits and limitations are discussed. Relevant case studies show the range of applications, advantages and limitations, and best practices for various trenchless techniques.
- An overview of trenchless technologies
- How trenchless pipeline construction is different from the traditional open cut construction?
- Subsurface Utility Engineering
Trenchless Pipelines Replacement
- Horizontal Directional Drilling
- Pipe Jacking and Microtunnelling
- Pipe Bursting
Cured in Place Pipe (CIPP); Spray-on Linings; Fold and Form (deform/reform), Spiral Wound
- Material properties
- Structural vs. non-structural lining
- Lining Technolgies
- Benefits and Limitations
- Case Studies
Who Should Attend?
Municipal engineers, technologists, technicians, operators, engineering consultants, contractors, suppliers, and pipe manufacturers.
What Is Included?
- Continuing Education Units (CEUs), Professional Development Hours, Canadian Construction Association Gold Seal Credits
- Course Material