Trenchless Romania Conference & Exhibition 6th Edition, 14th of JUNE, Bucharest

Trenchless Romania Conference & Exhibition is the international conference and exhibition focusing on no-dig technologies from Romania. Already at it’s 6th Edition, the event will take place on the 14th of June in Bucharest, capital of Romania where the use of trenchless technology has become a necessity as main the underground infrastrucure need modern approach for the installation, replacement or renewal.

Supported by the ISTT (International Society for Trenchless Technologies) the event brings together manufacturers and distributors for trenchless products and equipments; contractors and network operators; engineering companies; public authorities and municipalities; representatives of embassies and consulates; chambers of commerce and associations in the field of construction equipment in Romania. Along with ISTT also GSTT, UKSTT and OGL joined efforts to support and enlarge the awareness for the trenchless technology in the region.

The previous editions of the event brought together more than 1000 participants from national and international companies in the field, from Europe (Germany, Austria, Belgium, Netherlands, Poland, Greece, Spain, Italy, Bulgary) and from USA, such as manufacturers and distributors of equipment and technologies dedicated to the no-dig sector for horizontal guided drilling (hdd), pipejacking, pipe bursting, microtunnelling, pipe rehabilitation (CIPP) and other trenchless technologies that are ideal solutions for installing underground utilities in urban areas with heavy traffic.

The event will hos the 6th Edition of TRENCHLESS ROMANIA AWARDS, the Gala ceremony for awarding the projects that use trenchless technologies and products in the trenchless industry. TRENCHLESS ROMANIA AWARDS is also dedicated to the people, the professionals that are behind the trenchless technologies and projects, therefore this year we will also have a special Award for Outstanding contribution for trenchless technology in Eastern Europe.