What is Utility Coordination?
Utility Coordination is the process of mitigating conflicts between design elements and existing/proposed utilities. It involves documenting potential utility conflicts, meeting with utility owners, determining a recommended course of action (avoid, minimize, or accommodate), and developing utility agreements for reimbursable utilities in the project corridor.
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SUE Quality Levels
- QL-A - Provides precise horizontal and vertical location by the physical exposure of underground utilities, using minimally intrusive excavation equipment. Measurements are taken while the utility is exposed.
- QL-B - Provides horizontal location and approximate electronic depth of underground utilities, using geophysical prospecting equipment above ground.
- QL-C - Provides approximate horizontal location of underground utilities based on surveyed appurtenances and record drawings.
- QL-D - Provides approximate horizontal location of underground utilities based solely on record drawings.