Rancho Cucamonga is located in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains. This suburban city in San Bernardino County has quite a few plans in the works for this year alone, according to the Capital Improvements Program for the 2015-2016 year.
The city seal is seen having a grape cluster on it to signify its wine-making history. This city has grown up in and around areas that had, primarily, been settled by the Native American peoples known as the Kucamongan Native Americans. Between 2010 and 2014 the population in the city has grown by over ten thousand.
A two-year construction project was announced in 2014 for the I-15. Some of the changes to be expected are a widening of Base Line from four lanes to six, the addition of turning lanes at specified locations, adding loop on-ramps, changing diamond ramps from one lane to two lanes, and adding acceleration and deceleration lanes. This, massive, 52 million dollar project will require much planning and foresight before it could take place.
This kind of construction and reconstruction is the type of project that would be in need of our private utility locating service. Water lines, sewage and gas lines, and electrical lines would be in need of locating. When widening freeways and roads you, first, have to know what you’re going to be building on top of. Precaution and safety are number one priority.
Call a Rancho Cucamonga Underground Utility Locator
With the rise in development, all those wishing to build a new home, add on to their homes, or build a business will be in need of an experienced company that serves the people in the Rancho Cucamonga area. Call a Rancho Cucamonga underground utility locator before you excavate. No one wants to risk causing damage or injury. Damage prevention and 24hr. emergency service are things to look for in a utility locating service. From residential to major companies and contractors, the use of top of the line GPR scanning technology and superb customer service and interaction are important qualities for a utility locating service to have.
Power lines aren’t the only worry. Without conducting a proper scan of your development area, you run the risk of hitting any number of underground utilities such as water lines, sewer and drain lines, telecommunication lines, or natural gas lines. Contacting one of the private utility locating services could save you, not just time and money, but keep you and your family safe.
- Rancho Cucamonga Utility Locating
- Rancho Cucamonga Buried Pipe Line Locating
- Rancho Cucamonga Ground Penetrating Radar
- Rancho Cucamonga Utility Mapping & AutoCAD
- Rancho Cucamonga Surface & Concrete Scanning
- Rancho Cucamonga Pipe Video Camera Inspection
- Rancho Cucamonga Damage Prevention
- Rancho Cucamonga 24-hr Emergency Services