UESI is the home for utility infrastructure engineers and surveying professionals to advance their professional development and technical skills.
Organizations and companies can join UESI as an Organizational Member, including design firms, companies, associations, government agencies, universities, and other organizations that support the mission and objectives of the Institute.
Benefits include recognition on the UESI website and at the
Pipelines Conference, welcome announcement in the UESI newsletter, and two free individual UESI-only memberships.
Start your 2018 Pipelines Conference early and
earn 4 PDHs, by attending this pre-conference workshop that will discuss upcoming changes to ASCE 38, application of SUE on a large case study, owners’ perspective on good utility data, and how the standard relates to the DOT's SHRP2 utility solutions.
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Starting in 2018, the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Utility Engineering & Surveying Institute (UESI) members will select their new Board of Governors representatives by open member elections. The UESI Nominations and Elections Committee...Read More >>
SURVEYING AND GEOMATICS DIVISIONThe Division held the 2018 Surveying and Geomatics Conference on the campus of Cal Poly Pomona on April 22 - 24, 2018. Numerous presentations were given on surveying engineering education, future datums, aerial mapping,...Read More >>
For the first time in more than twenty-five years, the American Society of Civil Engineers - Utility Engineering & Surveying Institute (UESI) gathered the surveying and geomatics community for a conference. Hosted by Cal Poly Pomona, the
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We have a lot to celebrate this quarter at UESI. Our inaugural Surveying and Geomatics Conference was a financial and technical success, paving the way for more to come in the future.On May 25, Colorado Governor Hickenlooper signed into law the...Read More >>
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Connect your local utility engineering, pipelines engineering, or survey group with UESI by forming a UESI Chapter. When your group becomes a UESI Chapter, we can better serve your local needs and strengthen the activities of your Section/Branch.
UESI's technical and administrative committees develop new Manuals of Practice, organize conferences, and advance the utility engineering profession. These committees are organized into five active divisions: Pipeline, Surveying & Geomatics, Utility Infrastructure Asset Management, Utility Risk Management, and Standards!
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Water Pipeline Condition Assessment
Water Pipeline Conditiona Assessment provides water utilities with an appropriate path for determining the structural status of an individual pipeline or pipeline system. Such condition assessments form a critical piece of an effective asset management program by establishing a baseline to understand the present state of a pipeline. By recognizing that current state, the asset management program then enables the water utility to anticipate future issues and allocate the appropriate measures to be undertaken to provide for the continuous safe and reliable operation of the system.
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UESI produces many publications including manuals of practice, committee reports, and conference proceedings. These publications as well as others published by ASCE, help UESI members stay current with industry changes.
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Take Advantage of our Wide Range of Continuing Education Opportunities. Earn CEUs/PDHs and stay up-to-date on the latest in civil engineering.
Connect with your peers in the utility, pipelines and surveying industry. Join UESI today as a new member or join UESI as your primary or secondary Institute.
Connect with your local chapter and learn how to form a new chapter.
Support your colleagues, peers, and employees by nominating them for an award or honor offered UESI and ASCE.
Sharpen your skills and earn Professional Development Hours by participating in UESI conferences and webinars.
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