Bruce Campbell

Bruce Campbell has a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering from Michigan State University.

He has testified before the Senate Energy and Technology Committee and in front of the 21st Century Infrastructure Commission on behalf of MISS DIG 811. Previously, declared an expert witness for excavation, construction and safety and testified on the topics.

He is the MISS DIG 811 representative to the Michigan Damage Prevention Board, One Calls of America, CGA Data Gathering and Evaluation Committee, member of the One Call Systems International Data Committee, member of Common Ground Alliance Stakeholder Advocacy Legislative Awareness Committee, and he is the former Chairman of the Board for Norfield Development Partners, LLC, the software company responsible for Newtin the notification system software used by nine states.

Bruce participates in numerous other professional organizations including: Delta County Chamber of Commerce, Michigan Association of County Drain Commissioners, Michigan Infrastructure and Transportation Association (MITA), Michigan Electric and Gas Association, and the Michigan Township Association.

Formerly a member of the excavation community, where he helped establish the Genesee Area Damage Prevention Association, promoted an excavator seat on the MISS DIG 811 Board of Directors, and was the first excavator elected to the MISS DIG 811 Board.

Bruce has articles in the following magazines:
2016 Q1 Issue
2017 Q2 Issue
2017 Q3 Issue
2019 Q3 Issue

The Detroit Pilot

Practical Solutions for Collaboration: The Detroit Pilot Michigan’s aging infrastructure needs significant maintenance and improvement to support new growth and investment. The formation of the 21st Century Infrastructure Commission (2016) and the recent legislation establishing the Michigan Infrastructure Commission (MIC) demonstrates the state’s concern for asset management and collaboration. The Commission reported a multi-billion-dollar requirement …

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From Awareness to Advocacy: MISS DIG 811’s New Roadway to Damage Prevention

In 2014, the State of Michigan passed PA 174, the MISS DIG Act, for the protection of under-ground utilities. As part of that legislation, MISS DIG 811 was tasked with educating all stakeholders and the public. We needed to evaluate how to reach such a broad audience and effect substantive reductions in damages to facilities …

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