New construction projects of all shapes and sizes continue to populate our landscape.
On occasion, those projects will run into untimely, costly delays because a utility conflict was encountered. Even worse, a utility line was ruptured. That’s where subsurface utility engineering (SUE) comes into play.
Halff’s SUE teams accurately locate and map visible and underground utilities early in a project’s planning or design process—ideally before construction begins—so contractors can avoid costly conflicts and hazards.
Halff has developed proven processes that provide accuracy and economy in project-driven utility inventories. All SUE projects are managed by a Professional Engineer, who performs a final review, and signs and seals all submittals.
Here’s more information about how SUE can reduce risk and benefit projects.
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Texas Water 2020
Fort Worth, Texas
July 13 – 16, 2020
Infrastructure Advancement Institute
Las Colinas, Texas
August 10 – 12, 2020
Design Build Institute of America (DBIA) DB for Transportation/Aviation Conference