Utility relocation and coordination involves not only an understanding of the engineering requirements for water, sanitary and other utilities, but also an understanding of how each utility location coordinates with each other. The Kercher Group’s experience in utility coordination results in designs that minimize relocation work and overall costs.
The Kercher Group has experience in utility design and understands the importance of the research necessary to develop an accurate picture of existing conditions. Having a complete understanding of utility locations early in the design phase and prior to any construction activities, ensures that unforeseen utility conflicts and resulting utility relocations can be minimized or eliminated.
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