SUBSURFACE UTILITY MAPPING (SUM)
- Master Planning
- Mitigate Construction Risks
- Conflict Identification
- Reduction of Change Orders & Construction Delays
GLASPER Professional Services, Inc.
Subsurface Utility Mapping (SUM) is tailored to individual projects. It involves systematically identifying the quality of utility information needed to design a project and acquiring and managing that level of information. This engineering process has proven to be an effective tool for reducing underground utility accidents, utility related claims, damage and construction delays.
The primary goal of a utility investigation is to mitigate the risk associated with encountering unknown utilities at the time of construction. This includes risk to the safety of personal, the project schedule, budget and more. The key to mitigating these risks is to gather sufficient information prior to the beginning of construction, which increases confidence that there is a low probability of encountering problems in the field. SUM accurately locates and depicts utilities and disseminates the information prior to construction so that utility conflicts, disasters and delays are minimized.
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