Common Ground Alliance (CGA), the national nonprofit trade association dedicated to protecting underground utility lines, people who dig near them and their communities, has announced that it has rescheduled the 2021 CGA Conference & Expo for Oct. 12-15 next year to accommodate members’ ongoing travel restrictions through the first half of 2021. The conference previously had been scheduled for March 2-5, 2021.
The CGA Conference will be held at the Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld, in Orlando, Florida.
The 2021 CGA Conference & Expo will bring together damage prevention industry decision-makers for a week of focused collaboration and innovation designed to Break New Ground on the industry’s most persistent challenges. Educational and action-oriented programming will engage stakeholders in thoughtful roundtable discussions, focused presentations, interactive breakout sessions, networking events and a technology-packed Expo floor.
All 2021 CGA Conference & Expo sponsors, exhibitors and speakers remain committed to the new October 2021 dates and all attendees have been personally contacted.
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The CGA Conference & Expo is the damage prevention industry’s official annual gathering of executives, managers and board-level attendees committed to reducing damages to underground utilities to zero. Designed to bring true decision-makers and leaders in the industry together for a week of outside-of-the-box problem-solving, the CGA Conference & Expo marries intensive, high-level educational and collaborative content with a carefully curated expo floor and exclusive networking opportunities for an experience that cannot be found elsewhere. The 2021 CGA Conference & Expo will be held Oct. 12-15 in Orlando, and the 2022 event will be held April 12-14 in Anaheim, Calif. Visit www.cgaconference.com for more information.
CGA is a member-driven association of more than 1,700 individuals, organizations and sponsors in every facet of the underground utility industry. Established in 2000, CGA is committed to saving lives and preventing damage to North American underground infrastructure by promoting effective damage prevention practices. CGA has established itself as the preeminent source of damage prevention data and information in an effort to reduce damages to underground facilities in North America through shared responsibility among all stakeholders. For more information, visit CGA on the web at www.commongroundalliance.com.Tags: CGA Conference, Common Ground Alliance (CGA), industry events