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American Locator – Volume 33, Issue 6

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New! In the current issue of American Locator, Volume 33-6, read our annual review of utility related damages across the nation in 2019. As we reported in our previous issue, the Common Ground Alliance’s most recent DIRT Report showed an all-time high in the number of estimated damages for 2018: 509,000. This was a 16% increase over 2017, and the general trend shows no signs of stopping soon. Read responses to the trend, both critical and positive, through proactive safety measures by company leaders.

MORE FEATURED TOPICS:

  • Electric Conduit Construction averts a sinkhole catastrophe with quick thinking and action.
  • Verifying locator accuracy when neighboring infrastructure confuses the target
  • Is the 811 system enough to prevent damages?
  • PUTV goes on the road with Nicor Gas for a first hand look at a pipeline restoration project in Kankakee IL.
  • GPR Experiences, case studies in imaging void spaces while locating underground assets.
  • One woman in the industry shares her unique story in locating, excavation and life.
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DIGGING DANGERS
Damages Dateline 2019: Utility Excavation Related 
Incidents Across America—State By State

THE AMERICAN EXCAVATOR
Root Cause: Getting to the Heart of 
Utility Damages and How to Avoid Them

THE AMERICAN EXCAVATOR

An HDD Case Study: Electric Conduit Construction 
Swiftly Averts a Sinkhole Disaster

EXCAVATION SAFETY

Is 811 Broken? One Insurance Industry 
Leader Weighs In on Where to Go From Here

PLANET UNDERGROUND TV
PUTV On the Road: Nicor Gas Investing in Illinois

LOCATING TECHNOLOGY
GPR Experiences: Imaging Void Spaces While 
Locating Underground Utilities

THE AMERICAN LOCATOR
An Interview with Jennifer Dolman: Exceeding
the Call to Duty, One Woman Tells Her Story

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