It’s been a long, strange trip since March 2020. But thanks to life finally returning to normal (more or less) A.E was thrilled to bring together clients and vendors once again with the return of our annual Municipal Training Days!
From February 14-16th, 2023, we were happy to return to form by hosting this “yearly” event which began back in 2018. Unfortunately, thanks to certain Global events (anyone remember a little thing called, “Covid”?), it had to be postponed over the past couple of years.
Thankfully, we managed to restart things with a bang! (And without the questionable weather of previous years.) Highlights included a variety of live demonstrations presented by some old and new faces, such as a fun, yet educational drone inspection demo provided by our own team (utilizing our full-sized, indoor trunk-sewer), various lining systems and methods (presented by Nukote and IST/Impreg), and the use of carbon fibre in sewer repair (TCI). Additionally, there were several informative, in-depth presentations in the mix. The topics touched upon Artificial Intelligence in the use of sewer condition assessment (presented by A.E and Switzerland-based Pallon), concrete repairs and protection (Vector), and CIPP design (Insituform).
We would like to thank every one of the nearly 90 municipal clients, from all over Ontario, for joining us at our first post-Covid training session. It was wonderful to see so many familiar faces together once again after such a difficult and isolating time. You made this a truly successful event and we’re looking forward to sharing new, relevant content with all our clients and peers for years to come.
Looking forward to seeing everyone in 2024!
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