Utility Contractors Association of Connecticut

The Utility Contractors Association of Connecticut (UCAC) represents the underground utility and site work construction industry in Connecticut. UCAC is comprised of contractors, vendors, suppliers and manufacturers who support the utility contracting and construction industry. UCAC contractor members perform work to improve and enhance the utility infrastructure.

Kara Habrock photo

Kara Habrock, chairwoman of NUCA's board of directors, speaks at the UCAC fall general membership meeting on Wed., Sept. 13, 2017, at the Gallery in Glastonbury.


UCAC General Membership Meeting

Special Guest Art Linares, State Senator for the 33rd District, member of the Transportation Committee and State Treasurer candidate.

Connecticut's Brownfield Remediation and Development Program

  • Featuring Binu Chandy, BTech, MPlan, MPA, Deputy Director, Department of Economic and Community Development Office of Brownfield Remediation and Development. Since 2012, the state has invested more than $220 million in brownfield redevelopment, resulting in the creation of more than 3,000 permanent jobs and over 15,000 construction jobs, according to state officials. Please join contractors, vendors, suppliers and others for a discussion of the Brownfield Remediation and Development Program and learn about opportunities for contractors in this growing sector.

  • Wednesday, March 14, 2018, 5 pm
  • The Gallery
  • 141 New London Turnpike
  • Glastonbury, CT
  • 5 pm - 8 pm

Please register by Thursday, March 8, 2018

CBYD begins new damage reporting process.
Call Before You Dig has begun implementing a new web-based incident reporting tool, DamageAccess. Paper or PDF Excavator Incident Report Forms will not be accepted by CBYD for damage incidents that occur after Dec. 31, 2017, and must be submitted online via DamageAccess. View Announcement. Also see our Safety webpage.

William H. Feather Safety Award

William H. Feather Safety Award

Congratulations to UCAC member Glenn Korner of Midstate Site Development, left, who received the prestigious William H. Feather Safety Award in the category up to 75,000 man-hours at the NUCA annual convention in Las Vegas, Mon., March 6, 2017! Midstate received the award - for the second time! - for its innovative safety program. The award, which is presented to NUCA member companies that have shown significant commitment and effort to safety within their companies, was created to honor the contributions of the founding Chairman of NUCA's Safety Committee, William H. Feather.