Your site contains many lines

The majority of work sites have underground lines in the immediate area. It's vitally important to your safety and the safety of your crew and equipment to ensure their locations are marked before starting any dig projects. Below are the types of utility markers to expect.

  • Proposed Excavation
  • Temporary Survey Markings
  • Electric Power Lines, Cables Conduit, Lightning Cables
  • Gas, Oil, Steam, Petroleum
  • Communication, Alarm, Conduit
  • Potable Water
  • Reclaimed Water, Irrigation, Slurry Lines
  • Sewer and Drain Lines

APWA Uniform Color Code

The APWA, American Public Works Association, developed a color code for temporarily marking underground facilities prior to excavation. The color code encourages all excavators, surveyors and engineers to use these colors to promote and eliminate damages to workers, general public and prevent service interruptions to vital underground utilities.

Marking underground utilities with paint, flags, surface markers and underground marking tapes allows all excavators to understand the types of facilities and the approximate locations and routes of buried lines.

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