Protecting ALL Infrastructure Is Important
Are you about to dig or excavate on your property? Make 811 your first call, then call Premier Private Locating before you dig.
WHEN IS A UTILITY CONSIDERED PRIVATE & WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE?
There are two different categories of utilities, Public and Private. Being able to understand the differences will help you protect the job site by keeping the crew safe and on schedule.
PUBLIC UTILITIES / 811
Heres What Gets Marked With An 811 Ticket
Underground facilities are owned and installed by the utility company
Locators have use of records or prints to verify those facilities
Use of Electromagnetic (EM) equipment ONLY
Only active utilities are located, abandoned utilities not marked
Single point of contact (811) for excavators
Heres What Gets Marked By Calling
Premier Private Locating
Underground facilities are owned by the property owner
Inaccurate or non-existant records/prints
Use of numerous types of equipment: EM, GPR, Acoustic, duct rods and cameras, etc.
Active, abandoned, metallic and non-metallic facilities located
No One Call system.
A Full Suite Of Services To Protect All Of Your Critical Infrastructure
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Private Utility Locating
Calling 811 doesn't mean that private facilities will be located
Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR)
GPR is performed on every project. It's an important tool to ensure unknown utilities are located.
A safe and non-destructive way to core or drill through walls, floors, and concrete slabs to avoid damages.
Pipe inspection is a utility location service that is an efficient way to find leaks, cracks and blockages in sewer and drainage systems.
Having up-to-date records of all your critical facilities is an important step in their protection.