Common Ground Alliance 811 Safety

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Underground Safety Surveyors Common Ground Alliance 811 David Beasley Hawaii Geophysical Services Underground Safety Conference

Excavation Safety Conference

HGS Master Technician David Beasley spoke at a forum on “Underground Safety Focus – Locate Quality” at the Common Ground Alliance 811 Excavation Safety Conference in March in Las Vegas. This conference is the largest educational event in the utility damage prevention community. The conference was attended by David Beasley and General Manager Paul Vierling. HGS management attend conferences regularly to remain current with industry best practices and new technology in the Subsurface Utility Engineering profession. Such best practices and newest technology contribute to workforce and public safety.

 

Professional Organizations

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ASCE

In furtherance of our maxim “Our Knowledge – Your Benefit”, Hawaii Geophysical Services has proudly joined the following professional organizations: American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), the Utility Engineering and Surveying Institute (UESI) and the National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE). Shared information with these organizations will further HGS in its goal of providing knowledge-based services and solutions to the public in Hawaii and along the Pacific Rim.

Air Vacuum Excavation

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The International Market Place renovation project is going to be an impactful upgrade to the Waikiki area. Hawaii Geophysical Services LLC was asked to use their air vacuum excavation system to locate/expose the water lateral system along both Kuhio and Kalakaua Avenues so that it can be enhanced to meet the future needs of this beautiful new complex.

International Market Place

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Hawaii Geophysical Services is conducting an air excavation project at the new International Marketplace in Waikiki.. The water main line and laterals must be identified and exposed so that they may be replaced. The new International Market Place is scheduled to open on August 25, 2016 and will be the home to multiple retailers including Hawai’i’s first Saks Fifth Avenue.

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