Trenchless Student Chapter

Clemson-NASTT Student Chapter

Founded in 1990, the North American Society for Trenchless Technology (NASTT) is an engineering society of individuals, public organizations and private companies in US, Canada and Mexico with strong beliefs in the practical, social and environmental benefits of trenchless technology. Trenchless technology is a progressive civil engineering process for the installation, replacement or renewal of underground utilities with minimal excavation and surface disruption. The Clemson student chapter affiliated with NASTT has been recently established, aiming to attract undergraduate and graduate student members. The purpose of the student chapter is to promote trenchless education and provide networking opportunities within the general field of trenchless technology. The aim is to put on a great calendar year of industry seminars, case study discussions, jobsite visits and social events. In addition to this, the student chapter members will attend the annual No-Dig conference and take part in the student competitions. Providing students with opportunities and guidance will produce future outstanding and competent professionals for the industry. Dr. Kalyan Piratla who is a faculty of civil engineering department will serve as the faculty adviser for the Clemson-NASTT student chapter.


If you are an enrolled student at Clemson University, you can become a Clemson-NASTT student chapter member by sending an email expressing interest to Dr. Piratla at kpiratl@clemson.edu.


Clemson-NASTT Student Chapter annual reports can be found below.


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Kalyan Piratla,
Jan 4, 2015, 11:20 PM
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Kalyan Piratla,
Jan 4, 2015, 11:20 PM
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Kalyan Piratla,
Jan 6, 2016, 7:57 AM