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France's DT DICT system effective in reducing damage to underground utilities during construction

Since 2013 France has implemented a national damage prevention system that requires achieving 40 cm accuracy for the location of all critical underground network infrastructure prior to beginning construction. Annual statistics reveal a...

Colorado leads in mandating subsurface utility engineering (SUE) surveys for public civil engineering projects

A major gap in the construction process is the unavailability of reliable information about the location of underground utilities during the design stage of civil engineering construction projects such as highways and pipelines. All states and...

Ontario adopts policy to reduce underground utility risk on public construction projects through collaboration

Utility locates and relocation work have historically been the cause of construction delays on public construction projects, particularly in urban areas with dense population and the commensurate underground utility and telecom infrastructure....

One-call centre in England reports inaccurate and missing plans a leading cause of underground utility damage

In the UK the total number of incidents of utility strikes every year is unknown. Statistics on underground utility strikes such as those collected by the Common Ground Alliance in North America are not available. Since 2013 the Utility Strike...

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