September 2015, Vol. 242, No. 9

Features

Ensuring Quality Contractor Workforce Through Standardized Training

At the first-of-its-kind Distribution Contractors Association/American Gas Association (DCA/AGA) Utility Contractor Workshop in Chicago, presenters and attendees were single-minded in their focus on one goal: to ensure the growing contractor workforce has the requisite knowledge to safely build the nation’s gas distribution infrastructure while expanding the contractor workforce to meet the needs of utility main replacement and expansion programs. With plans at many utilities to accelerate programs aimed at replacing aging pipeline systems, meeting this goal is more important than ever. Going forward, operators will need to ensure that the increasing number of contractors who work f

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