UIC’s Educational Program Puts Progress
In The Palm Of Your Hand

Increase your knowledge and build your skills with UIC’s exclusive, professional conference. This dynamic education program will help you understand the new technologies and products displayed in the exhibit hall and stay on top of the latest safety, regulatory and operational issues that are impacting the way you do business.

Targeted tracks will help you find the sessions that are most relevant to your business. Be sure to include them on your agenda. After the program has been finalized, the track names will be converted to links where you will find the full session descriptions. To view the program, please click on the track title (link) below. Inactive links mean the track is being developed.

Earn Credit
Earn a substantial portion of your annual educational credits by attending the primary program.  Credit is reviewed and granted by the  University of Texas at Arlington. (Continuing Education Units, CEUs, are available too.)

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The program will be available in October. 

Effective construction and rehabilitation of sewers under various conditions and diverse challenges are explored through case studies, technology options and innovative solutions. This includes trenchless and open-cut line replacement, SIPP lining and I&I reduction.

The sessions within this track will explore CIPP and Styrene Emissions Best Practices, Gravity Pipe Assets, Lateral Ownership, Automated analytical techniques

Learn about the latest technologies and methods for meeting the increased demands on infrastructure construction and rehabilitation.

Interesting and informative case studies, along with creative solutions, emphasize how to effectively conduct horizontal directional drilling operations and maximize profitability utilizing rigs of all sizes.

Sessions in this track will examine the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act; a case study on why pilot tube guided boring was used to install a  gravity sanitary sewer; using electric equipment to comply with regulations and more.

In today’s modern construction environment, it takes a variety of methods and technologies to manage utility infrastructure work. These applications combine to minimize loss and make for effective, timely and safe operations.

America’s manholes have long since been identified as a source of I&I and frequent headaches for city sewer systems. Modern technology offers many cost-effective, convenient methods and techniques to expedite manhole renewal.

Sessions will examine key aspects pertaining to environmental impacts, risk reduction, data quality, technologies available, and more, so utilities can develop asset management plans.

Learn why and how to mitigate I&I in the wastewater collection system. Sessions will cover new and emerging technologies available to prevent overflows, conduct inspections, challenging case studies, and more.

This track will showcase the contributions to the industry as well as unique challenges women in the industry face.

Sessions in this track will focus on installation, emerging technologies and safety.