Trenchless Arabia, taking place in conjunction with Arab Water Week, is being supported by a world-class scientific committee.
The event will take place at the King Hussein Bin Talal Convention Centre in Jordan on 3–5 March 2019, promoting no-dig methods for condition assessment, utility location, pipe rehabilitation and installation, and more.
The committee supporting the conference features top water and trenchless experts, including University of Texas at Arlington’s Dr Mohammad Najafi; Louisiana Tech University’s Dr Tom Iseley; the Turkish Society for Infrastructure and Trenchless Technology’s Yasin Torun; and Arab Countries Water Utilities Association’s Khaldon Khashman.
During the conference, international experts from institutions, companies and universities will present their best practices and new solutions to the participants from Arab countries.
The exhibition hall will provide networking opportunities for decision makers, contractors, manufacturers and consultants.
The event is expected to draw key participants – including representatives of ministries, municipalities and utilities – from Jordan, Egypt, Lebanon, Palestine, Syria, Iraq, Oman, Bahrain, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Tunisia, Libya, Algeria, Morocco, Mauritania, Sudan, Qatar, Iran and Turkey.
Registrations for the event includes entry to the three-day event, lunch and refreshments and a ticket to the Gala Dinner and can be purchased for US$765 by Arab Countries Water Utilities Association members and US$850 by non-members.
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For more information visit the Trenchless Arabia website.
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