By proactively managing these challenging logistics, T2ue crews successfully completed an ASCE 38-02 investigation depicting 122,000 LF of Quality Level B underground utility mapping, including exposing critical conflict points utilizing air-vacuum excavation of 155 Quality Level A test holes.
To address unknown utilities within the corridor and reduce the need for lane closure, T2ue deployed an advanced geophysical technology, MCGPR. The MCGPR is a tow-behind unit approximately the width of a lane that allows the collection of highly detailed subsurface data while driving up to 15mph. No lane closure is required to collect the data. This advanced technology led to the mapping and depiction of 30% more utilities than conventional technology discovered.
Las Vegas Valley Water District (LVVWD)