CENTRE FOR ADVANCEMENT OF TRENCHLESS TECHNOLOGIES

“Sustainable Buried Infrastructure for Livable Communities”

CATT strives to help municipalities and industry solve and manage their underground infrastructure challenges through research, education, technology transfer, and training of highly qualified personnel.

MEMBERSHIPS

Members of CATT provide financial support through an annual membership fee. This allows CATT to continue to provide world class education programs and perform exemplary research that helps grow the trenchless market. 

EDUCATION

CATT is the leading and largest Canadian trenchless education and training provider with over 23 years of experience in delivering a variety of education programs and training workshops for engineers, municipal employees, contractors, suppliers and field technicians.

TRENCHLESS TECHNOLOGY ROAD SHOW

Since 2001 the road show has evolved to become the largest trenchless technology event in Canada with pre-event workshops, live demos, 60+ exhibitors, over a dozen technical sessions, and more than 500 attendees.

RESEARCH

CATT conducts multi-disciplinary collaborative research and development (CRD) projects with the industry, municipalities and water utilities. Furthermore, numerous pilot projects to evaluate new products have been undertaken.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Winter 2020

Workshops

Coming Soon!

MAY 9-11, 2021

CATT TRENCHLESS TECHNOLOGY ROADSHOW

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Introducing Canada’s 1st e-Learning Portal for Underground Infrastructure Training

OUR SERVICES

EDUCATION

 CATT is the leading and largest Canadian trenchless education and training provider.

EXPERT SERVICES

CATT offers a variety of expert services such as pilot projects, surveys, and software development.

RESEARCH

Research is the foundation of CATT’s presence at the University of Waterloo.

TRENCHLESS DIRECTORY

Here you will find information on the trenchless service and technology providers in Canada.

OUR MEMBERS

Members of CATT provide financial support through an annual membership fee. Contributions from industry, the University of Waterloo, the City of Waterloo and the National Research Council of Canada continue to support CATT’s efforts towards the following objectives:

  • To perform fundamental and applied research in support of trenchless technologies and clients

  • To utilize research programs as vehicles to educate highly qualified industrial personnel

  • To organize specialized training programs

  • To develop material and installation specifications

  • To assist municipalities in the identification and application of management systems and technologies

  • To organize technology transfer initiatives

  • To network with other centres specializing in underground infrastructure research