Tag: Subsurface Utility Engineering

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 »

Pi Makes the World Go Round

In celebration of Pi Day (3-14, the first three digits of pi) we’ve asked a few of our professionals how they use pi in their day-to-day work. (And here’s an easy refresher on what pi is.) Turns out it’s more common than you’d think! Jason Ingram, PLS, land survey, Green Bay Typically we do not… Read More »