How Subsurface Utility Engineering Validates Design and Enhances Safety

May 1, 2019

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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