2019 Q2 Issue

2019 Summer Issue

Water & Vacuum Excavation

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2019 Q2 Issue Articles


“All blackjack books should have at least one chapter titled ‘You Won’t Win’” -Arnold Snyder, 2002 Blackjack Hall of Famer Last fall, I lost a

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A Story In The Making

96th and Gray Road, Indiana (Counties: Marion, Hamilton) | A 24-inch pvc main was damaged within a 4,800 mile water main infrastructure maintained and operated

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Truck Vacuum Excavators

Understanding Regulation and Safety Standards for Truck Vac Fleets Today’s vacuum excavation manufacturers are designing smarter and safer truck vacuum excavators to help owners and

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GITA’s Role In Damage Prevention

Conversations, Conferences, and Continuing Education One of the ongoing missions of the Geospatial Information and Technology Association (GITA) is continuing education. I had the honor

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Convoy of Hope

Convoy of Hope is a faith-based, nonprofit organization with a driving passion to feed the world through children’s initiatives, community events, and disaster response. Since

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Trenchless Technology Center

Leading the Way through Comprehensive Validation of Emerging 3D Imaging Technology for the Inspection of Manholes and Sewer Pipelines The Trenchless Technology Center (TTC) at

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Excavator Outreach Program

Xcel Energy values our relationships with excavators and celebrates the hard work they do to build this country’s infrastructure in a way that protects public

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Nulca Down Under

I recently returned to Queensland, Australia from the 2019 CGA 811 Excavation Safety Conference & Expo held in Florida. I have been fortunate to attend

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Smart Water

As a result of government focus, water and wastewater utilities are looking at a variety of technologies to prevent sanitary sewer overflows WATER UTILITIES USE

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The True Cost Of Water Damages

Water & Sewer Pipelines: The Quiet Stakeholder Group Water doesn’t explode, burn, or electrocute people. Sure, water damages are inconvenient, but nobody dies from a

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