Underground Construction Technology Association
Underground Construction Technology AssociationMission
The purpose of the Underground Construction Technology Association (UCTA) is to promote education; training; research and development; information concerning traditional, trenchless and rehabilitation technology; and to promote the use of these technologies. UCTA serves to advance the science and practice of installing, repairing, maintaining, and replacing utility lines, as well as related facilities through construction and rehabilitation techniques. This also includes municipal water, sewer, wastewater, gas distribution, oil/gas transmission and gathering lines, telephone, electric, and cable systems. The association fulfills these objectives by providing a forum for members to share information; to learn about these developments in its regular meetings and activities; and through the support of specific external programs.
UCTA is committed to the promotion of education, training, research, development and information concerning technologies that relate to underground construction.
UCTA has two regional chapters in the state of Texas - the Gulf Coast Chapter and the North Texas Chapter. Regional chapters offer valuable educational and networking opportunities in your local area. Share your ideas, network with colleagues and find solutions to your everyday challenges. Click on your chapter link for more information.