For all underground utility projects, safety and quality should be top-of-mind. To ensure a top-notch investigation and cleanup, these three tools are critical to ensure your next project is effective and efficient.
Tool # 1: A Quality Team
An excellent team is the most important tool at your disposal. After you’ve made effective use of 811 and prepared all of your pre-excavation documentation, you certainly don’t want to ruin your safety streak. When you have top-of-the-line equipment, you need a group of trained professionals that are skilled in how to use it.
With the Baker-Peterson team, there is no latitude when it comes to safety and quality. They are the cornerstone of our value proposition.
Tool # 2: Communication
Ongoing communication throughout a project’s duration is at the core of project success and satisfaction and is core to the Baker-Peterson adage of NO SURPRISES.
Baker-Peterson’s pre-project planning involves meeting with the project manager to understand objectives, needs and costs; aligning on the full project scope.
Project In Process
Transparency is kept consistent throughout all project stages; any updates and issues are immediately communicated to the project manager to ensure the client is left with no surprises at dig completion.
A routine post-project discussion with the Baker-Peterson team ensures all parties involved fully understand the final status including the key findings and any outlier issues that many have occurred.
Tool # 3: The Right Equipment
Whether it is Electromagnetic equipment, Ground Penetrating Radar or Concrete Radar, Baker-Peterson has the right equipment to ensure your project is completed effectively, efficiently, and with safety top of mind.
A deep expertise on how to leverage the proper equipment allows for projects to be accomplished effectively and accurately; enabling clients to continue managing their project deliverables safely and within budget.
With the Baker-Peterson team, there is no latitude when it comes to safety, quality, and expertise. Contact us today and let us deliver the Baker-Peterson difference.