Category: Subsurface Utility Engineering

Florida Committee Heads off Construction Conflicts among Utilities, FDOT, Contractors

By Bruce Herrington Sometimes the two greatest tools at an engineer’s disposal are a phone and the right number to call. One day not too long ago, one of our clients, a major telecom firm, found itself facing a potential delay claim due to not having its facilities relocated along a section of a roadway… Read More »

Telecommunications Professionals Keep Lines of Communication Intact When Roads Shift

By Bruce Herrington Moving a road. Road moves. No matter how it’s said, it’s hard to get excited about a road move project. It may sound simple, but those of us with road move experience know there is often nothing simple about it – especially in Florida, where road moves are complex and involve relocating… Read More »

Subsurface Utility Engineering – A Wise Investment

In today’s world, building and rebuilding are facts of life – from wider roads to larger housing complexes, bigger buildings, and revitalized downtowns. While these changes to roads and buildings are highly visible, within every project is an often-underemphasized component – the utility infrastructure. An electromagnetic locator can be used to locate metallic pipes and… Read More »