Tag: subsurface utility engineering
T2 Utility Engineers (T2ue) announced the expansion of its Utility Engineering and Surveying Services (UES) from a new office in Edmonton, AB. The new location is now open with an expanded staff to respond to the market’s increased need and demand for UES in Edmonton and the surrounding area.
Rendered view of the complexity of subsurface utilities. Image: Emerson Melin Updating the nation’s hidden infrastructure. By Aaron Hopkins with Maraliese Beveridge It’s no secret that infrastructure...
The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) announced that the Fund for the City of New York (FCNY) funded OGC to develop prototype data models for underground utility networks and for the soils that surround them. The goal is to ensure that underground utility data are collected in a manner that allows information about different utilities to be integrated and used interoperably.
Since 2002, Cardno and AECOM have been joint venture owners of T2 Utility Engineering, Inc., a utility engineering infrastructure services firm in Canada. In February, Cardno, Inc. acquired AECOM’s 50 percent share of T2.