Tuesday February 9th,
12:00 to 1:00
Speaker: Micheal Ross, PSM and Greg Crawford from George F. Young, Inc.
Topic: "Searching for the Unknown - A Case Study in Subsurface Utility Engineering"
Continuing Education Credit Offered: 1 PDH
With design and construction projects taking place in areas where an abundance of underground utilities already exist, the need to obtain reliable underground utility information is crucial to the success of your next project. This presentation discusses the science, practical application, benefits and actual case studies showcasing real‐world design challenges and solutions for transportation related projects. Combining geophysics, surveying, civil engineering and nondestructive excavation technologies, Subsurface utility engineering can provide accurate mapping of existing underground utilities in three‐dimensions during the design phase to avoid unnecessary relocations, eliminate unexpected conflicts with existing utilities, and enhance safety during construction.
Location: Vista Center – 2300 N. Jog Road, West Palm Beach, FL 33411 (Room 1E-58)
Directions: From I-95, head West on Okeechobee Blvd. until you pass over the Turnpike. Then take a right at the second light (Jog Road) heading North, and continue about a third of a mile. Finally, on your right will be The Vista Center Government Building Main Entrance. Be sure to park in Visitor’s Parking.
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