Utility Contractors Association of Connecticut

Working Together
To Advance The Utility Construction Industry
Through Education, Advocacy,
Networking and Philanthropy.

For over 50 years, the Utility Contractors Association of Connecticut (UCAC) has represented the underground utility, site work construction and excavation industry in Connecticut.  UCAC is a growing group of contractors, vendors, suppliers and manufacturers.  We provide networking, leadership, educational, training and safety, advocacy and philanthropic opportunities for professionals in our industry while working to ensure public safety.  Our members also come together to promote the trades in general, engage in activities to develop the workforce and give back to our communities.

Member Benefits

Events

april 1, 2023

The Truck Bar
151 Webster Square Road
Berlin, Connecticut

 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

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  • June 19, 2023 - June 23, 2023
    6:00 am - 5:00 pm

A Safety Stand Down presents the opportunity for employers to talk directly to employees and others about safety. These Stand Downs will focus on trench & excavation hazards and reinforce the importance of using trench protective systems and protecting workers from trenching hazards. Trench Safety Stand Down Week Goals TSSD was first held in 2016 (more…)

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The Utility Contractors Association of Connecticut (UCAC) is an active, collegial group of professionals engaged in utility work, excavation, site development and related fields.  Our Board of Directors and staff welcome prospective new members to join UCAC, get involved and be part of our growth and success.  With a long history and deep roots, we are also an organization on the move, constantly expanding our member roster, event calendar, educational opportunities and benefits.

This is an exciting time to be in our industry and being a part of UCAC is the best way for you to grow your network, build skills for your staff and join us as we advocate for infrastructure funding, safety and recognition of the amazing contributions of construction professionals across the state.