2018 Q2 Issue
2018 Q2 Issue Articles
As underground networks continue to grow, the risk of striking an underground utility line is ever more present. In 2016, below-surface utilities in the U.S.
MASS FAILURE is perhaps the most ubiquitous geohazard. Typically, when one imagines what a landslide looks like, images of mudslides from mountainous regions like California come
University of Central Florida (UCF) utility workers handle daily initiatives that include identifying and mapping the location of underground utility lines. “We have a lot
With congested underground easements and roadways, it is becoming increasingly important to visually identify the location of underground utilities such as gas, fiber, water, telecommunications