Water and Sewer Main Relocation

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The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) was preparing to relocate water and sewer mains coming from a rest area and paralleling I-75.


GDOT suspected that there were conflicts between newly proposed utility services and the existing utility lines in the right-of-way, and they hired a SUE consultant to provide utility information for the project.


A QL-B study and a subsequent QL-A investigation (excavation of test holes) revealed, however, that no conflict existed at the critical sections.


The utilities were not relocated, resulting in a savings of thousands of dollars.

Keywords: Highways/roads/intersections; Eliminated need for utility relocation; Excavating; Test holes (QL-A); Surface geophysical techniques (QL-B)


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