Subsurface Utility Engineering 101

Apr 21, 2016

 
Trisha D. Frederick, P.E., MBA, LEEP AP
Utility Engineer

Need to learn more about Subsurface Utility Engineering, commonly referred to as SUE?

Imagine this. You are the project manager for a roadway project. It was advertised to the public that the roadway would be done in January, and it is now June. Six months behind schedule and the project is not complete. Home and business owners are upset because of the backed up traffic, and everyone is looking to you for an answer. View Full Post


Remote Sensing Applications in GIS

Apr 16, 2016


Chris Shannon, P.E., CFM
Division Manager - Geographic Information Systems

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) provide the ability to build and maintain an inventory of anything on the earth or any information that is tied to a location. One may ask the question – Why is GIS important? Simply put, because location matters.  View Full Post


The Final “Waters of the United States” Rule…Maybe

Sep 15, 2015

full service engineering and surveying firm
Susan Alford - President of Berg Oliver Associates, Inc.

On August 28, 2015, the EPA pushed forward, with the Final Waters of the United States (WOTUS) Rule, its attempt to clarify jurisdictional limits covered under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act and how they are defined.

Attempt is as gracious of a term as I can use.  View Full Post


Our Future Water: Trends and Challenges

Aug 21, 2014

John Lacy, P.E.


Our Future Water: Trends and Challenges

We all take for granted that water will appear when we turn on the tap. But did you know that much of our water infrastructure is 50-100 years old and at risk of failing with a D grade, according to the ASCE? Unfortunately, repairing or replacing this vital infrastructure all too often gets neglected. So what does this mean for you and me?

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