LSBUD exhibiting at the IGEM Annual Conference and Engineering Update 2016
LinesearchbeforeUdig Limited (LSBUD) is exhibiting at the Institute of Gas Engineers and Managers (IGEM), Annual Conference and Engineering Update on the 13th and 14th of September in Birmingham.
National Joint Utilities Group Ltd highlight next 5 years’ objectives
The National Joint Utilities Group Ltd (NJUG) is the UK’s only Trade Association representing utilities and their contractors solely on street works matters. LinesearchbeforeUdig (LSBUD) are an affiliate member of NJUG and strive to contribute to their vision of delivering the highest standards of street works with minimum disruption.
Specification for underground utility detection, ....
Inaccurate, incomplete and/or out-of-date information on the existence and location of utility assets reduces the ability to make informed decisions. This lack of reliable information during design and construction activities can result in costly conflicts, delays, utility service disruptions, redesigns, personal injuries and even loss of life.
USAG Utility Strike Damages Report highlights findings of utility strikes ....
Highest volume of damages were found to be low voltage cable strikes, damaged by operatives using hand tools whilst working in the footpath,
Water Industry Asset Management Conference 2016
LinesearchbeforeUdig Limited (LSBUD) will be exhibiting at Water Industry Asset Management Conference 2016 at Holiday Inn, Birmingham NEC on 28th April.
LSBUD to attend Anglian HAUC & London HAUC Roadshow
The team from LinesearchbeforeUdig (LSBUD) will be exhibiting at the Anglian HAUC & London HAUC Roadshow on the 25th of May at Allianz Park, Greenlands Lane, Hendon.
LSBUD to showcase its services at Utility Week Live 2016
LinesearchbeforeUdig Limited (LSBUD) will be exhibiting at Utility Week Live in, Hall 12, Birmingham NEC on 17th and 18th of May.
Avoiding Damage to underground & overhead utility assets
The prevention of damage, like safety, is a shared responsibility. That is why it is critical that all stakeholders are aware of the potential hazards, legislative requirements and best practices associated with working in the vicinity of utility assets.