Regardless of your needs, having a reliable pipe locating service is critical to a successful project. Util-Locate is a leader in the pipe and cable locating industry. Our pipe locating and underground pipe detection technicians use state-of-the art technology which not only gives a horizontal plane location of pipes and cables, but also provides a comprehensive map showing both location and depth. So if your project involves pipe and cable locating, we have a complete pipe locating equipment, so contact … Read More
Beneath the streets and yards in today’s urban neighborhoods there lies a complicated maze of underground utility lines. This includes water, sewer, electric, communication and even gas lines. It is critical to identify these potential threats before beginning any commercial or residential digging project. Identifying gas pipes before digging can save your project time, money from costly fines and damages to lines. Identifying gas lines before excavating can also potentially save lives. Util-Locate is a leader among gas pipe … Read More
The web of underground utilities that we rely on grows a bit larger every few years. This makes it difficult and dangerous for those who work in the excavation business. Private home owners, excavators and engineers looking to install structures or add to their homes also have to ensure that the utility lines running under their properties aren’t damaged during the digging process.
With UTIL-LOCATE’s GPR service on the job, we can help minimize worry when cutting through any telephone, … Read More
Util-Locate provides Subsurface Utility-line Mapping services to our clients including field-mapping and providing Computer Aided Drawing in PDF format for future use.
After we field-locate and identify the utility lines, we then field-map the locations by physically measuring off-sets from buildings and or landmarks and noting the utilities by drawing-in the locations on a site-plan.
We can take it one-step further by providing you with a Computer Aided Drawing or AutoCAD to be implemented on an existing site-drawing … Read More