SUE Investigations & Responsible Charge Illustrated in 2 New Graphics
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About the Event
There have been many graphics developed over the years to try to explain SUE and ASCE 38 Quality Levels. All have led to misunderstandings about how SUE was intended to be practiced, ranging from SUE is a vacuum truck to SUE must be a linear progression of Utility Quality Levels. With the extensive rewrite of ASCE 38 and a 20 year history of its use, two new graphics were recently developed to provide a better visualization. This webinar will present those two graphics with an annotated explanation and time for some Q&A.
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James H. Anspach, PG (r), Dist.M.ASCE has 40+ years of experience in developing the practices of subsurface utility engineering, utility coordination, and utility damage prevention. His career started with corrosion engineering and pipeline integrity management with Heath Consultants, then the development of SUE with So-Deep, Inc., then about 10 years as a sole practitioner working on various utility-related research projects and court cases, before joining Cardno becoming their Global Technical Principal for Utility Engineering and Survey. Cardno became T2 Utility Engineers in 2019. He retired from T2UE in January of 2021. Jim is Chair of ASCE 38, a founding governor and 2018 President of the Utility Engineering and Surveying Institute of ASCE, and a member of TRB’s Utility Committee. Jim served as an investigator for all the SHRP utility-related research projects, and the UK’s Mapping, Assessing, and Valuing the Underworld’s projects. Currently Jim serves as Chair of ProStar’s Technical Advisory Board, a consultant for select UE firms, and several TRB research projects under the direction of Iowa State University. Jim was a founding member of the NTSB/OPS/USDOT Linking Team, which gradually evolved into the Common Ground Alliance.
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