Founded in 1990, NASTT is a not-for-profit, educational and technical society that is dedicated to promoting the benefits of trenchless technology for public awareness through education, training and research.
Other NASTT Chapters:
- NASTT-BC - Britsh Columbia Chapter
- NASTT-GLSLA - Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Chapter
- MASTT - Mid-Atlantic Chapter
- MSTT - Midwest Chapter
- Pacific Northwest Chapter
- Rocky Mountain Chapter
- SESTT - Southeast Chapter
- WESTT - Western Chapter
The International Society for Trenchless Technology was established in 1986 to advance the science and practice of Trenchless Technology for the public benefit, and to promote education, training, study and research in that science and practice. ISTT encourages the formation and affiliation of societies sharing its objectives world-wide. There are now more than 20 such Affiliated Societies in 6 continents.
An arm of the International Tunnelling Association (ITA), among TAC’s objectives is the promotion and advancement of Canadian tunnelling and underground excavation technologies.
TT magazine covers the north american trenchless technology industry. It is edited for engineers, contractors, and public works/utility officials, who are related to utility construction in the areas of water and sewer services; pipelines (transmission and distribution); and underground cable installations for power and communications.