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Quiz: Got Maps?

Posted by Jeff Nugent on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 @ 10:30 AM

Take our quiz to find out just how useful your maps are and what opportunities are available to you with the current state of your maps. Regardless of the quaility of your maps, our team at Wessler is here to help you with your next steps. Also, download our FREE Field Services Guide, located toward the bottom of the page.

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Tags: utility lines, Drinking Water, Mapping, Wastewater

Utility Lines: Crossing the Tracks

Posted by Andrew Gordon on Wednesday, December 18, 2013 @ 08:55 AM

Do you have an existing utility line that crosses under a railroad? Or, does your utility need to extend a new utility line underneath a railroad to improve service? Quite often utility departments need to either replace or extend a new utility pipe underneath railroad tracks to provide or maintain reliable service to its customers.

Railroads require a permit to cross under their facilities. The process to obtain a permit for construction underneath a railroad can often be a daunting task. Wessler Engineering recently contacted Derek Sublette from Norfolk Southern Corporation to obtain some answers to commonly asked questions when crossing under a railroad with a utility line.

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Tags: utility lines, utility installations, railroad


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