Fantastic new offer for LSBUD Users
To keep improving the safe digging process, we are delighted to announce that we have partnered with emapsite to provide our Users with fast and easy access to Ordnance Survey (OS) Mapping, as well as several other useful datasets at fantastic preferential rates.
National Damage Prevention Day hosted by LSBUD
The National Damage Prevention Day hosted by LSBUD took place on 20 June 2019 at the RICOH Arena in Coventry.
SEHAUC – Improving Performance
With the conference season upon us once again, LSBUD headed for The Kent County Showground to exhibit and speak at the South East HAUC’s (SEHAUC) annual street works seminar.
Larry Photo Competition
Due to the popularity of our annual calendar, we are inviting all our Users to help ensure that Larry continues to travel the world and his adventures are captured for us all to enjoy!
LSBUD On Show At Simultaneous Conferences
Last week saw a first for LinesearchbeforeUdig (LSBUD) when the team exhibited at two conferences on the same day.
Richard Broome, Fionn Wardrop and Kaz Singh all manned the stand on the first day of the busy two day Utility Week Live conference at the NEC, before Wardrop headed south to The Allianz Stadium to run LSBUD’s stand at the London and Anglian HAUC Roadshow.
Improved Asset Management Benefits Customers
LSBUD exhibited at WWT’s recent water industry asset management conference where readiness for PR19, asset resilience and long term planning were the key themes of the day.
LSBUD Supports PAS 256 Launch
Introducing PAS 256: Buried assets – Capturing, recording, maintaining and sharing of location information and data – Code of Practice.
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LSBUD BLOG: 24 March 2017
2017 is moving on with speed and we’ve been busy here at LSBUD. The enquiry volumes are through the roof; the events have started and new Members are coming. Below is a summary of each area and where we’re up to.
LinesearchbeforeUdig Exhibiting at National HAUC Convention in March
HAUC(UK) has set out its key strategic objectives to make it fit for purpose by future-proofing its systems, processes and behaviours as we move into a world of more people; more traffic; and more housing and infrastructure development, all of which will require more road and street works.
Don’t shun the three ‘shuns’ – LSBUD’s learnings from Wastewater 2017
Chair, Martyn Hopkinson of the Future Water Association, reflected on proceedings at the recent WWT Wastewater 2017 Conference and declared it “a day of three ‘shuns’; collaboration, education and innovation”.