PROFESSIONAL UTILITY ENGINEERING
Established in 2002 Utility Mapping Services is a Utility Engineering (UE) firm focused on the Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE) industry. We are experts in establishing the georeferenced position of utility infrastructure and accurately depicting that infrastructure. We combine state-of-the-art geophysical, bathymetric, and survey technologies with discrete non-destructive test holes to designate utility infrastructure locations.
The earlier in the planning and design process through construction that SUE is applied, the higher the potential return on investment, typically 10:1 or more. Project owners, designers, utility operators, and contractors can then collaborate to find resolutions to those conflicts that ensure safe, fast, lower-cost, and trouble-free construction well before groundbreaking begins.
With our data collection/management product suite GeoFeature™, we can help you develop 2D and 3D BIM and CIM models with accurate utility delineations you can depend on. Equipped with that knowledge, project owners, designers, utility and facility operators, and contractors can plan accordingly and find resolutions to those conflicts before construction begins.Find out what makes our Platforms Compelling
We have moved past marginal improvements to subsurface utility management to empower your organization to make integrated decisions and streamline operations. Our platforms provides an operating system that provides seamless integration, breaks down information silos and allows data driven decisions across an organization by putting the right data, in the right hands, at the right time.
Sun River Connector Trail
UMS, as part of the TD&H Engineering team were awarded the Small Projects Category Honor Award from ACEC-Montana for the Sun River Connector Trail. This project added 10 feet width to the I-15 Sun River Bridge in Great Falls, MT for use as a non-motorized link for the community. This project entailed the driving of sheet piles for a reinforced concrete moment slab which was cantilevered over the sheet piles.
Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART)
UMS completed a Phase 1 utility investigation for the City Center Guideway and Stations (CCGS) project. The CCGS completes the eastern segment currently under construction across the island of Oahu. UMS work on this project has consisted of mapping existing utilities along an approximately 5-mile long corridor to provide utility information for design and construction coordination.Read More
Los Angeles World Airport
UMS completed a utility engineering 3D project to locate and map all the utilities along the two-mile corridor of the APM project, utilizing the ASCE/CI 38-02 Standard. Multiple advanced 3D acquisition technologies and methodologies were applied to produce a 3D model and BIM output with Quality Levels as per the ASCE/CI 38-02 Standard.