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SSC Trenchless Training Program Offers Continuing Education Credits To Construction Professionals

Fri April 03, 2009 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Specialized Services Company (SSC) announced that participants in its monthly Trenchless Technology Lunch & Learn Classes will be awarded 1.5 CEUs in accordance with Del E. Webb School of Construction Fulton School of Engineering at ASU.

Each session in the 12 month series focuses on a different trenchless application. Participants are provided a case-based learning experience that explores topics such as horizontal auger boring, horizontal directional drilling, and pipe ramming/bursting, just to name a few. Instructors are experts in the field of underground construction who endeavor to help professionals specify the appropriate trenchless method for each of their pipeline installation/renewal projects.

Sessions began Jan. 8, 2009 and are 1.5 hours in length. The Trenchless Lunch & Learn program is designed to minimize time away from the office, while maximizing participant’s exposure to the field of trenchless technology. Registration is available at or by calling 602/997-6164.

SSC provides trenchless boring and drilling, vacuum potholing, and consulting services to construction and engineering clients in Arizona and surrounding states. Founded in 1969, SSC is considered the leading provider of trenchless technology in the Southwest.

For more information, visit, or call 602/997-6164.

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