ASCE 38-22 - How the Update Fills the Gaps in 38-02

The updated Standard will be released the week of July 25, 2022. Join us to learn more about the new elements and features, along with insights to clarify the responsibilities of licensed utility engineering professionals.

As a member of the ASCE CI/UESI 38-22 Standard Committee, John Campbell, PE is uniquely qualified to share the expanded guidance and additional content in the new ASCE 38-22. Blaine Hunt, P.Eng. will provide perspective for Canadian implementation of the updated Standard.


July 26, 2022


1:00 pm - 2:00pm EDT


John Campbell, PE
Blaine Hunt, P.Eng.

Webinar Recording

About the presenters:

Portrait of John Campbell, Texas Branch Manager

John P. Campbell, PE, SR/WA, M.ASCE is the Branch Manager for T2 Utility Engineers in Round Rock, Texas. John is a licensed Professional Engineer and worked as a utility construction superintendent and municipal utility design consultant prior to 27 years with TxDOT where he worked as a Utility Coordinator, as the Statewide Utility Engineer and for 17 years as the Right of Way Division Director. John has been actively involved in leadership roles with utilities-related industry groups, including Chairman of the AASHTO Right of Way and Utilities committee and a member of the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Standing Committee on Utilities (AKD 60). John is a founding member of the ASCE UESI, Utility Risk Management (URM) division, and served as the 2021 UESI President. John is a member of the ASCE Standards Committee, which recently completed ASCE/CI/UESI 38-22. He also serves on the ASCE Standards Committee that developed the new ASCE/CI/UESI 75-22 “Standard Guideline for Recording and Exchanging Utility Infrastructure Data”.

Portrait of Blaine Hunt, Director of Engineering & Quality, Canada
  • Co-chair ASCE-UESI Ontario Chapter
  • OPWA ROW Management Conference
  • A graduate of McGill University, Blaine holds a Bachelor of Civil Engineering. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in Ontario (PEO), Manitoba (APEGM), Alberta (APEGA) and British Columbia (EGBC) who has over 20 years’ experience. In his current role at T2 Utility Engineers, he is responsible for the overall quality of deliverables and the application of standards across Canadian offices.

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