CHANHASSEN, MN (March 18, 2016) – KorTerra, an underground utility damage prevention software and One Call Center solutions company, attended the 11th Annual Common Ground Alliance 811 Excavation Safety Conference & Expo in Las Vegas, NV from March 8 – 10. The CGA brought together various utility damage prevention professionals for the largest educational and networking event of the year.
During this three day event, KorTerra showcased their web-based damage prevention software and unveiled their newest product, the KorWeb App. KorTerra also attended several workshops and sessions, and Vice President of Operations, Jeff Law, co-presented the Damage Investigation and Claims Resolution workshop.
“It was an honor to co-present the Damage Investigation and Claims Resolution workshop,” said KorTerra Vice President of Operations, Jeff Law. “The workshop had a great turn out and consisted of the fundamental steps to complete a successful damage investigation.”
Wednesday evening, KorTerra participated in a special networking event on the High Roller Observation Wheel on the Las Vegas Strip. This event consisted of a 30-minute ride on the High Roller, overlooking the city of Las Vegas, with industry professionals. The High Roller Observation Wheel is 550 feet tall with a 520 foot diameter making it the world’s tallest Ferris wheel.
The Common Ground Alliance 811 Excavation Safety Conference & Expo united industry professionals for a comprehensive three day event, providing an excellent opportunity to stay involved in important industry issues.
“We are honored to be involved with such a vital organization in the utility damage prevention industry, such as the Common Ground Alliance,” said KorTerra President, Chris Stendal. “As a committed member of the CGA, KorTerra continues to advocate for safe digging practices as we enhance our web-based software.”
KorTerra is proud to have been a supporter and sponsor of the 2016 CGA 811 Excavation Safety Conference & Expo for another year. KorTerra looks forward to continuing their support at next year’s conference in Orlando, Florida.