22nd UESI/BAMI-I Utility Investigation School

The 22nd ASCE UESI / BAMI-I UIS School will be hosted at the Austin Texas, from April 1-5, 2024. This highly-anticipated event is a collaboration between the Buried Asset Management Institute – International (BAMI-I) and ASCE’s UESI – Utility Engineering and Surveying Institute (UESI).

The 22nd UESI/BAMI-I Utility Investigation School (UIS) addresses what project owners, designers, and constructors need to know about utilities on their projects. The course is available as a two-day or five-day option.

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The two-day school will explain the risks that existing utilities present on infrastructure projects of all kinds, and practices to help stakeholders mitigate and manage those risks. It will explain newly issued national engineering standards and how those standards are incorporated in state and federal infrastructure initiatives. If you own, manage, design, or build infrastructure projects, this 16-hour PDH Course is for you.

The five-day school is designed to provide the licensed professional and their staff involved with utility investigations knowledge necessary for being in professional responsible charge of a utility investigation practice. If you practice in the realm of subsurface utility engineering, this 40-hour PDH school is for you.

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A Dive into Subsurface Utility Engineering

The UIS is tailored to empower licensed professionals and their teams engaged in utility investigations. It equips you with the knowledge and skills required to take professional charge of utility investigation practices. Whether you are a seasoned expert or a newcomer to the field, this comprehensive 40-hour Professional Development Hours (PDH) school is designed to meet your needs.

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Defining Excellence in Utility Investigations

This short course not only imparts the knowledge to provide proficient utility investigations in accordance with nationally accepted standards (ASCE 38-22) but also equips you to defend your findings through sound documentation. In addition to engaging classroom lectures, you’ll have the opportunity for hands-on experience with cutting-edge technology such as Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR), Pipe and Cable Locators (PCL), and more.

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Learn from the Best

The program is led by distinguished experts in the fields of geophysics and subsurface utility engineering. Benefit from their wealth of knowledge and experience as they guide you through this transformative learning experience.

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The course director is Dr. Tom Iseley, a professor of engineering practice at Purdue University. The course developer is Jim Anspach, an affiliate assistant professor at Iowa State University.

For information, contact Wei Liao, liao186@purdue.edu, or visit the course website.

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