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Avoiding Utility Relocations

Appendix E: References

Government Reports and Documents

Agreement for the Positive Location of Underground Utilities, California Department of Transportation, (www.dot.ca.gov/hq/row/utility/).

ALDOT Utilities Manual, Alabama Department of Transportation (www.dot.state.al.us), Design Bureau, Utilities, Revised June 1999.

Common Ground, Study of One-Call Systems and Damage Prevention Best Practices, U.S. Department of Transportation, Research and Special Programs Administration; Office of Pipeline Safety, August 1999.

Electronic Plan Transfer, Georgia Department of Transportation Utility Office Operations Division (www.dot.state.ga.us/dot/operations/uitlities).

Follow-up Report on the Review of the Florida Department of Transportation's Performance in Controlling Cost Overruns and Delay when Building Roads and Bridges, State of Florida, Office of Program Policy Analysis and Government Accountability (www.oppaga.state.fl.us), Reports, Report 97-22, December 1997.

Highway/Utility Guide, U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Office of Technology Applications, Publication No. FHWA-SA-93-049, June 1993.

Program Guide: Utility Relocations, Adjustments and Accommodation on Federal-Aid Highway Projects, U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Office of Program Administration, Publication No. FHWA-IF-01-006, January 2001.

Review of the Florida Department of Transportation's Performance in Controlling Cost Overruns and Delay when Building Roads and Bridges, State of Florida, Office of Program Policy Analysis and Government Accountability (www.oppaga.state.fl.us), Reports, Report 95-30, January 1996.

Utilities Manual, Ohio Department of Transportation (www.dot.state.oh.us), Office of Real Estate, Section 8100, Policy for Accommodation of Utilities and Section 8200, Procedures for Utility Relocation, Adjustments and Reimbursement, April 1998.

Utility Accommodation Manual, Florida Department of Transportation (www11.myflorida.com), Utilities Office, UAM99, January 1999.

Utility Best Practices, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, 1999 subcommittee report.

Utility Coordination Guide for Design Consultants, Arizona Department of Transportation (www.dot.state.az.us), Roads and Freeways, Utilities and Railroad Engineering, November 1999.

Utility Procedures Manual, Florida Department of Transportation (www11.myflorida.com), Utilities Office, 81utilityprocedures.

WisDot Guide to Utility Coordination, Wisconsin Department of Transportation, April 2001.

Technical and Symposium Papers

Trenchless Technologies, presented by Mr. Terry McArthur, P.E, can be found on the AASHTO website under the Highway Subcommittee on Right of Way and Utilities, Proceedings of the 2001 AASHTO/FHWA Right-of-Way and Utilities Conference, Chapter 4, http://www.transportaion.org/community/right_of_way/2001_cho4so1.pdf.

Utility Permit Management Using GIS and Internet Technologies, by Cesar Quiroga, Ph.D., P.E. and Christopher D. Ellis, Ph.D., can be found in Appendix D of this manual.

Magazine Articles

Anspach, James, H., Subsurface Utility Engineering in Washington State, Washington State Technology Transfer, Issue 71, Summer 2001.

Anspach, James H. The Engineer's View. (Bi-monthly editorial column) Underground Focus Magazine, Sept-Oct 1995., Nov-Dec 1995., Jan-Feb 1996., April 1996, Nov-Dec 1996, Nov-Dec 1997.

Anspach, James H. Find All Underground Lines Before Construction Starts. Underground Focus Magazine, April 1995.

Internet Sites for Technology and Equipment

www.bently.com

www.fisherlab.com

www.geomodel.com

www.geophysical.com

www.groove.net

www.landxml.com

www.radiodetection.com

www.schonstedt.com

www.subsurfacesurveys.com

www.technos-inc.com

www.utiliscope.com

SUE BIBLIOGRAPHY

The following is additional reference material for Subsurface Utility Engineering:

Government Reports and Documents

Advances in Site Investigation and Detection, "Research Needs in Automated Excavation and Material Handling in the Field," National Science Foundation, April 1993.

After Action Report: Conclusions and Recommendations, Subsurface Utility Engineering Demonstration Project, Wyoming Department of Transportation, 1997, David R. Bryden.

Cable Cuts: Causes, Impacts, and Preventive Measures, Special Review, U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, Safety Quality Assurance Division, June 1993.

Improving the Quality Level of Underground Information, Proceedings of the Third National Highway/Utility Conference, U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Office of Engineering, Publication No. FHWA-PD-93-030, October 1992.

Pipeline Route Selection for Rural and Cross-Country Pipelines, American Society of Civil Engineering, Manuals and Reports on Engineering Practice No. 46, August 1998, pp. 43-46.

Protecting Public Safety Through Excavation Damage Prevention, National Transportation Safety Board, PB97-917003, NTSB/SS-97/01, December 1997.

Report on the Use of Subsurface Utility Engineering Techniques on a Highway Project, Demonstration Project AC-20081, Puerto Rico Highway and Transportation Authority, June 1998.

Results and Recommendations Pertaining to Facilities Reliability, Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions, Network Reliability Steering Committee, Bellcore, February 1996, Pages 20, 33, Appendix G.

Review of and Recommendations for Engineering and Construction Practices Relative to Utility Damage Prevention at the Hanford Site, Kaiser Hanford/U.S. Department of Energy, March 23, 1995, Authored by James H. Anspach.

Subsurface Utility Engineering Success Stories / Subsurface Utility Engineering Evaluation Activities, Federal Highway Administration, Proceedings of the Sixth National Highway/Utility Conference, Cleveland, OH April 16-18, 1997, Publication No. FHWA-PD-98-006.

Subsurface Utility Engineering: Applications in Public Works, American Public Works Association, 1997.

Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE), North Carolina Department of Transportation, Engineering Management, February 1, 1996.

Subsurface Utility Engineering, U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Office of Engineering, November 1995, Publication No. FHWA-PD-96-0004.

Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE); Summary of Benefits, Costs, Savings, Users, Applications, Activities, and Responsibilities, U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Office of Engineering, January 1995.

Subsurface Utility Engineering – SUE HANDBOOK, U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Office of Engineering, October 1994.

Subsurface Utility Engineering, Proceedings of the Fourth National Highway/Utility Conference, U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Office of Engineering. Publication No. FHWA-PD-94-032, April 1994.

Underground Utilities Detection and Excavation, U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Nuclear and Facility Safety, DOE/EH-0541, Issue No. 96-06, December 1996.

http://us.eh.doe.gov/web/oeaf

Magazines and Other Articles

Anspach, James H. SUE: New Standards – Same Old Applications. Trenchless Technology Magazine, October 1999, Page 39.

Anspach, James H. Defining Allocations of Risk: Support of Risk Management Standards. Georgia Professional Engineer, December 1998, Page 16.

Anspach, James H. Utility Quality on the Level. Constructor Magazine, March 1998, Pages 64-65.

Anspach, James H. SUE Applies Engineering, Surveying and Geophysics to Damage Prevention. Underground Focus Magazine, September 1997.

Subsurface Utility Engineering. Point of Beginning (American Congress of Surveying and Mapping), April 1997.

Anspach, James H. Subsurface Utility Engineering. AEGIS Insurance Services, Inc. Quarterly Review. Volume 5, 1996, Number 7; Spring issue 1997; Summer issue, 1997.

Anspach, James H. Integrating Technology into Subsurface Utility Engineering Projects. Pipeline & Gas Journal, June 1996, Page 41.

Anspach, James H. NCDOT Document Savings from Accurate Location Data. Underground Focus Magazine, January-February 1996.

Poston, Jerry L. "Subsurface Utility Engineering," APWA Reporter, April 1991.

Scott, C. Paul. Subsurface Utility Engineering. An Engineering Process for Obtaining Reliable Underground Information. ROUTES/ROADS magazine, issue 288, Volume III, 1995.

Scott, Paul. "State Highway Depts. Accelerate Locating of Utilities in Road Design." Underground Focus Magazine, Nov/Dec 1994.

"A Solution Named SUE." Airport Magazine, July/August 1992.

Boston Firm Offers Ounce of Prevention. Engineering News Record, July 15, 1996.

"Out-of-Sight Work with Vision." Ohio Contractor, July/August 1992.

"Pipeline Explosions Create Infernos." The Building Official and Code Administrator, July/August 1994.

"Subsurface Utility Engineering." Engineering Times, October 1991.

SUE Comes of Age, Underground Construction Magazine, April 1998, Pages 22-26.

"Underground Precision Develops." Engineering News Record, February 28, 1994.

Technical and Symposium Papers

Anspach, James H., Dealing with the Challenges and Risks of Underground Construction, Proceedings of the American Water Works Association, March 1999.

Anspach, James H., Reducing Existing Underground Utility Risks on Airport Improvement Projects: Subsurface Utility Engineering, Proceedings of the 25th International Air Transportation Conference, June 1998.

Anspach, James H., Design and Construction Risk Management for Existing Utilities, Proceedings of the Construction Congress V, American Society of Civil Engineers, October 1997, Pages 301-306.

Anspach, James H. and J.J. Lew, Subsurface Utility Engineering: Locating Before Construction, Proceedings of the CIB International Conference on Construction Modernization and Education, Beijing, China, October 1996.

Anspach, James H., Subsurface Utility Engineering: Utility Detection Methods and Applications, Proceedings of the Symposium on the Application of Geophysics to Engineering and Environmental Problems, Environmental and Engineering Geophysical Society, April 1996, Pages 443-450.

Anspach, James H., Managing Risk on Light Rail Projects – Subsurface Utility Engineering, Proceedings of the National Conference on Light Rail Transit, TRB/APTA, Baltimore, November 1995.

Anspach, James H., Subsurface Utility Engineering: Upgrading the Quality of Utility Information, "Advances in Underground Pipeline Engineering," Second International Conference, American Society of Civil Engineers, June 1995.

Anspach, James H., Subsurface Utility Engineering: A Damage Prevention Tool for Trenchless Technology, Proceedings of the North American Society for Trenchless Technology, May 1995.

Anspach, James H., Subsurface Utility Engineering: Standards for the Depiction of Subsurface Utility Quality Levels Within Geographic Information Systems, Proceedings of the Geographic Information Systems for Transportation Symposium (GIS-T), AASHTO, April 1995.

Anspach, James H., Integrating Subsurface Utility Engineering into Damage Prevention Programs, Proceedings of the 1994 Excavation Damage Workshop, National Transportation Safety Board, September 1994.

Anspach, James H., Locating and Evaluating the Condition of Underground Utilities, Proceedings of RETROFIT '94, sponsored by Stanford University/National Science Foundation, June 1994.

Anspach, James H. and Stanley E. Wilson, A Case Study of an Underground 138 kV Transmission Line Design Utilizing Subsurface Utility Engineering, Proceedings of the American Power Conference, April 1994.

Anspach, James, H., Subsurface Utility Engineering, Proceedings of the 29th Paving and Transportation Conference, University of New Mexico, 1992.

Dodge, Lawra D. and James H. Anspach, A Case Study of an Environmental Assessment Combining Historical Practices and Subsurface Utility Engineering, Proceedings of the 1995 American Power Conference, April 1995.

Lew, J.J. Subsurface Utility Engineering - An Initial Step in Project Development, Proceedings of the Associated Schools of Construction, April 1996, Pages 217-222.

Methfessel, Harley A.J., Managing Risk Through New Engineering Technologies: Subsurface Utility Engineering, Proceedings of the National Conference on Tort Liability and Risk Management for Surface Transportation, Pennsylvania State University, 1993.

Noone, James F., Subsurface Utility Engineering, Proceedings of the ASCE Specialty Conference, Trenchless Technology, 1996.

Scott, Paul and Ivan Marrero, Subsurface Utility Engineering Demonstration Project Presentation in Oregon, August 1998.

Scott, Paul, Subsurface Utility Engineering – An Alternative to Excavation Damage. Proceedings of the 1994 Excavation Damage Workshop, National Transportation Safety Board, September 1994.

Films

The Streets of Cheyenne – A Contract Named S.U.E., Produced by the Wyoming Department of Transportation, 1998.

Subsurface Utility Engineering: A Proven Solution. Produced by the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Written and Directed by So-Deep, Inc., 1995.

Subsurface Utility Engineering: A Technology for the 90s, Produced by So-Deep, Inc. and distributed by the Federal Highway Administration, 1990.

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