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.
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”.