Membership in the SUE Association will primarily be private sector firms that are engaged in performing subsurface utility engineering services. Additional membership categories will accommodate firms engaged in the manufacturing and/or supplying of subsurface utility engineering equipment, supplies, hardware, software or services that support but is not engaged in performing subsurface utility engineering services; government agencies, universities or other institutions of higher learning, non-profit organizations, or other entities not engaged in but with an interest in subsurface utility engineering; and individuals who would not otherwise qualify for membership under other categories.


Among the benefits of membership in the SUE Association are:

  • SUE-specific continuing educational programs, and information-packed conferences, seminars and workshops;
  • Opportunities for business and social interaction with other SUE professionals nationally and locally;
  • Networking connections with peers in SUE;
  • Business and Errors & Omissions Insurance programs;
  • Legislative representation in Congress and before state and local government and regulatory bodies;
  • Access to news and information;
  • Professional development and leadership opportunities, as well as an opportunity to contribute to the growth, image and acceptance of SUE as a professional practice