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The 2014 Damage Prevention & Excavation Safety Summit

The 2014 Summit will be November 5th & 6th at the Boone County Fairgrounds in Columbia, MO.

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2014 Damage Prevention & Excavation Safety Summit

The volunteers of the Missouri Common Ground Alliance are busy planning the 2014 Damage Prevention & Excavation Safety Summit. The event will be held November 5th & 6th at the Boone County Fairgrounds in Columbia, Missouri.

17 Classes all Free

This year’s event will feature 17 classes, all offered completely FREE of charge, many providing certifications necessary for construction personnel throughout Missouri. In addition to the FREE courses, the Summit will also feature the highly competitive excavator and locate rodeos, an exhibit hall with premiere vendors for the construction industry, and many other exciting opportunities that you won’t want to miss. ALL meals, certifications, classes, and events are completely FREE!

Registration has Begun!

Registration for vendors has begun and participants can sign up beginning October 1st. As the nation’s largest event of its kind, we expect 1,500 people to attend this year. Because this is such a highly regarded and successful event, registration will close when we reach capacity. It is strongly suggested to register early to guarantee your spot.

Additionally, this MO CGA website is newly revised.

We hope you enjoy the new functions it will provide, including the new and improved registration for the Damage Prevention & Excavation Safety Summit. While the process has changed somewhat, the benefits are numerous. We appreciate your patience with the new registration option and hope you’ll see the value and advantages it provides

We look forward to seeing you in November!

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Missouri Common Ground Mission Statement

The mission of Missouri Common Ground is to promote communication among responsible parties to identify and encourage the use of Best Practices for underground facility damage prevention for public safety and welfare.