Our team of industry leaders serve as subject matter experts and facilitate meetings. Regional DPC Chapters meet on a regular basis throughout the State of Texas. DPC meetings provide an optimal forum where stakeholders can share information and perspectives while also working together on all aspects of damage prevention issues. In promoting a spirit of […]
The Executive Conference is AGA’s premiere “invitation only” event for energy utility CEOs and senior executives from across the nation. The AGA Executive Conference will be held October 8-9, 2023 in Austin, TX. The Executive Conference is the association’s premier conference for member company CEOs and their senior leaders. This year’s Executive Conference is being held at […]
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The 14th annual Greater Chesapeake Damage Prevention Training Conference (GCDPTC), hosted by title sponsors Miss Utility of Delmarva and Miss Utility of Maryland/D.C., will take place Oct. 24-27, 2023 at the Ashore Resort and Beach Club (formerly the Ocean City Fontainebleau Resort) in Ocean City, Md. Since its launch in 2009, the GCDPTC has provided […]
NMRCGA is multi-stakeholder organization at the forefront of identifying and promoting best practices and sharing knowledge to prevent damage to underground facilities throughout the state of New Mexico. By working together, we can better protect our state’s underground facilities, those who operate those facilities, and those who work or live near the facilities. Water, gas, […]
Attend the Damage Prevention Summit and learn more than damage prevention and enforcement. Learn about the people that make it all happen. Learn that everybody doesn’t think like you do and learn that that is ok. Make plans to attend the next one in your area. You’ll be treated like somebody and for one important […]
The MWDPTC brings together damage prevention professionals from across the Midwest and beyond to discuss the latest trends, laws and best practices in the industry, as well as network and socialize with friends in the Damage Prevention family, both old and new.
The Missouri Common Ground Alliance is dedicated to protecting underground utility infrastructure and eliminating accidents and injuries due to unsafe excavation practices. We provide education, events, and professional development for stakeholders in many industries, at every level.