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Utility Engineering and Surveying Institute

  • The Utility Engineering & Surveying Institute (UESI) was formed in October 2015 by incorporating the Pipeline and Surveying & Geomatics Divisions from ASCE’s Committee on Technical Advancement and the Utility Engineering Committee from the Construction Institute.

    UESI offers civil engineering and surveying professionals working within the utility and pipelines engineering and the surveying communities a recognizable home which they can join to collectively work to improve our profession.

    UESI has five active divisions: Pipeline, Surveying & Geomatics, Utility Infrastructure Asset Management, Utility Risk Management and Standards.

    UESI hosts the premiere annual Pipelines conference and in April 2018 will host the first ASCE Surveying and Geomatics Conference at Cal Poly Pomona, CA.

     
    Join UESI  Find out which membership type is right for you. 

  • Vision

    The Utility Engineering & Surveying Institute (UESI) is the worldwide leader in generating products and services that promote and reward excellence in the engineering, planning, design, construction, operations, and asset management, for utility infrastructure and engineering surveying.

    Divisions

    • Pipeline – Advance pipeline engineering, relative to transmission of liquids gases or solids by pipelines.
    • Utility Risk Management – Provide leadership related to utility investigations, coordination, design, and data management and security.
    • Surveying and Geomatics – Provide leadership for the acquisition and management of spatial data, encourage the advancement of geomatics and professional development.
    • Asset Management – Advance and disseminate knowledge related to the holistic life-cycle asset management of utility infrastructure.
    • Standards - Responsible for identifying new topics for standards development and growing the overall UESI standards program.
    • Construction Management – Future: Will develop surveying and engineering best practices that employ established installation, inspection, project management, and construction management.

    Goals

    • Provide a national and international forum for exchange of technical and professional ideas.
    • Identify and disseminate developing technologies and research.
    • Develop and promote asset management best practices.
    • Enhance collaboration with ASCE’s technical, professional, and educational groups.
    • Develop partnerships with national and international organizations that are similar in nature to the Institute.
    • Identify, reduce, and manage uncertainty in surveying and utility infrastructure.
    • Assist in the development of associated public policy.

    Contact Us

    John Segna, P.E., BCEE, F.ASCE
    UESI Director
    jsegna@asce.org

    Frank Kim, Aff.M.ASCE
    UESI Program Manager
    fkim@asce.org

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