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Before starting on your project which involves any kind of digging, you need to protect you and others from unintentionally hitting underground utility lines.
There are millions of miles of buried utilities beneath the surface of the earth that are vital to everyday living like water, electricity and natural gas.
Whether you are a contractor or homeowner, planning general landscaping projects or major construction work, you need to ensure you are not digging or encroaching on underground facilities. If you cut a line while digging, you could put yourself and those around you in danger, while also jeopardizing your community’s access to vital emergency services.
Despite the best efforts of utility companies, marking contractors, state regulators, and contractors, surprises often await just a few feet below the surface. Even when discovering those surprises doesn’t result in injury, damage, or a loss of power to an entire community, it can create a significant delay for the project as the crew attempts to identify the line and determine the best way to work around it.
Most utilities and property owners do a great job of recording what they put under the ground. So, where is all that data stored? Right here!
To ensure the overall timely success of the job, utility detection is critical to any construction project where subsurface excavation is planned. If ignored, budget overruns multiply, your schedule turns chaotic and there’s risk of injuries taking place on your job site. The standard is one-call utility locating, a state-sponsored public service that is required for every project. However, the scope of this service is limited to areas that only serve the public’s interest. To achieve the complete success you’re looking for, you’ll want to connect with an expert private software tool for entry and search all kinds of underground pipes, line, cables and their accessories.
We offer you breakthrough technology for the integrated engineering management of underground utility networks for water, stormwater, gas, and electric services. The new software which is built for multi-discipline civil engineering projects – brings together data from multiple sources providing you with clear picture where the utilities are located.
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