Subsurface Utility Engineering – ASCE Standards and CRS Requirements
November 21, 2019, 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM
PPA Event Center 2015 Decatur Street Denver, CO 80211
The American Society of Civil Engineers - Denver Branch, and the Colorado Chapter of the American Public Works Association invite you to participate in an evening discussion of Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE).SUE is a crucial component of any civil construction/infrastructure project - laying the groundwork from which to build.It has been over a year since a critical bill passed that addresses subsurface utility engineering investigation and damage prevention requirements. Colorado Revised Statutes §9-1.5 (2018) has affected how utilities are identified and depicted on most public projects throughout the state.The invited speakers will summarize how the legislation affects you and your projects both during design and construction.The group will have an opportunity to discuss how your projects have been affected by this new regulation, and we will explore questions related to timing, liability, and risk management.
Kat Duitsman, P.E. - Felsburg, Holt and Ullevig
As a design engineer and project manager, Kat has worked on a wide range of transportation projects throughout the Colorado Front Range over her past 13 years at FHU. In fall of 2018, Kat was nominated by ACEC Colorado to serve on the Underground Damage Prevention Safety Commission as a representative of the engineering profession.
Mary Keith Floyd, AICP, Principal - Goodbee & Associates, Inc.
Mary Keith specializes in the facilitation of transportation-related studies and the resolution of utility conflicts.She has also provided training for utility related issues, providing a design based understanding of CRS §9-1.5 and how it interacts with CDOT's Utility Accommodation Manual and ASCE 38-02.
Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions.Hope to see you there!