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Utility and Public Right-of-Way Resources
- Keyhole Technology
Small-hole (keyhole) technology in the utility maintenance industry is the equivalent of microsurgery in the healthcare industry. Smaller-sized keyholes are beneficial because they minimize the disruption of traffic, minimize the requirements for the disposal of spoils, increase worker and pedestrian safety, and result in a smaller and safer work site. Experts will review the keyhole coring and restoration process and discuss its ability to compliment other trenchless processes by further reducing pavement excavation.
- Managing Utility Cuts
Through a research effort sponsored by public works agencies and utlities, this program identifies various practices to better manage utility cuts.
- Excavation in the Right-of-Way
This book reviews the need for coordinating and regulating activities within the public right-of-way and discusses recommended guidelines for establishing the need for implementation mechanisms.
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