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Before You Dig
Arizona 811 is a non-profit communication center performing excavation notification services and stakeholder education designed to provide for public safety and underground facility damage prevention in accordance with statutory requirements.
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APWA, Arizona Chapter
Arizona APWA is a State Chapter of the American Public Works Association (APWA); a non-profit 501(c)3 educational and professional association of public agencies, private sector companies, and individuals dedicated to providing professional excellence and public awareness through education, advocacy, knowledge, and much more! There are 64 U.S. Chapters (APWA), Canada (CPWA), and other international Chapters. APWA’s headquarters are in Kansas City, MO. They also have an office in Washington, D.C. Membership in APWA is open to the public, private sector individuals, agencies, and companies interested in delivering public works, goods, and services.
NATIONAL UTILITY CONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION
We have been providing information and service since 1975.
American Council of Engineering Companies
ACEC AZ is a state council representing independent consulting engineering and land surveying firms located in Arizona.
ASHE, PHOENIX SONORAN
The mission of the American Society of Highway Engineers is to provide a forum for members and partners of the highway industry to promote a safe, efficient, and sustainable highway system through education, innovation, and fellowship.
American Society of Civil Engineers
The ASCE Standard Guideline for the Collection and Depiction of Existing Subsurface Utility Data presents a credible system for classifying the quality of utility location information that is placed in design plans. When subsurface utilities are discovered during the construction phase, the costs of conflict resolution and the potential for catastrophic damages are at their highest. That is why the collection and systematic depiction of reliable data for existing subsurface utilities are critical if engineers are to make informed decisions and support risk management protocols regarding a project's impact on these utilities.
Utility Engineering & Surveying Institute (UESI)
The Utility Engineering & Surveying Institute (UESI) offers professionals working within the utility, pipeline engineering, and surveying/geomatics communities the opportunity to network with others and shape the future of the industry by participating in technical activities, conferences, and the development of internationally recognized standards.