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Webinar Recap: Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE) – See What’s Below, Create Savings Above
In this session of WGI’s Webinar Series, Bob Clemens and Wes Kaisershot discussed how subsurface utility engineering (SUE) has evolved to play a major role in today’s planning, design, and construction process for our nation’s highways, toll roads, and local streets.
Attendees from across the country tuned in to watch and listen to our team share their real-world expertise. Bob and Wes took a deep dive into the benefits of SUE and how it has evolved into a proven pre-construction process over the last 40+ years.
If you missed the live session, you can watch it in its entirety below:
Knowing the location of underground utility networks beneath the surface of your project will allow you to measure the uncertainty and risks before beginning construction. Utilizing an experienced SUE team will greatly increase your chance of avoiding utilities, minimizing utility adjustments, and knowing where utilities must relocate to, which will result in saving you time and money.
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In this webinar, Bob and Wes delivered a great overview of what WGI’s SUE experts are capable of. Take the next step and see for yourself what lies below your project, and start creating savings above.
Contact our team today and let’s get the ball rolling before you start your next project!
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