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Colorado Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE) Training for Governmental Agencies and Engineers
Thursday, Mar. 18 | 7:30 a.m.-2 p.m. | Online | Earn up to 5.5 PDHs* | $119
In cooperation with Colorado Department of Transportation and Colorado 811, ACEC Colorado has updated its popular SUE training for online presentation. This training will provide current information and access to presenters during a live question-and-answer session between each of the modules. The modules include:
- Who and What Is Colorado 811?
- How to Develop a SUE Scope of Work with Prequalified Consultants
- The Definition of SUE and What Does the Law Say About It?
- How Do Utility Coordinators Use SUE Data?
- What Are the Responsibilities of an Engineer in Charge?
- How Is ASCE 38 Changing in 2021?
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