Safe digging month is here, spring has sprung, and summer is soon, and this is the time of year that excavations really get into full swing with the arrival of improved weather. At beforeUdig we typically see a significant increase in the number of excavation enquiries we receive at this time of year.
Placing a property to market is not normally associated with serious health and safety risks. It's in this stage of marketing, the danger from unseen underground electricity cables and pipes can be a danger to those installing signage and the public.
A seamless network of clean water supply and discharge of wastewater is the backbone of any thriving city. Of course, Auckland is no exception.
Water is a vital force of life. But despite the world being two-thirds filled with water, water supply challenges have been growing in recent times.
In the wake of COVID-19 pandemic, a myriad of businesses all around the world are placed in a tremendous financial burden of keeping up with their business despite the rising trend of the disease. The world is in an uproar around the dreadful virus that is sweeping the entire world. This has resulted in a significant change in the operational standards of many utility industry players.
The construction field is quite demanding, and each professional or individual involved in the field has to understand the importance of preventing underground damage. This is simply about taking care of the buried utilities when undertaking different types of construction and maintenance projects. No matter how careful you may be, the unexpected happens, and accidental strike on underground utility lines may cause damages