SUE Solutions | I-15; South Cedar City Interchange, Iron County, Utah
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I-15; South Cedar City Interchange, Iron County, Utah

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DOT
About This Project

SUE Solutions successfully completed the Quality Level B and Quality Level A locating services for the I-15, South Cedar Interchange project located in Iron County, Utah, for UDOT Region Four. SUE Solutions contracted with the awarded design consultant to perform the utility investigation tasks on this project. The project consists of constructing improvements to the existing south Cedar City I-15 interchange near MP 56. The improvements are to consist of a south bound on ramp, a north bound off ramp, and including modifications to the Cedar City Main Street intersection and adjacent frontage roads. SUE Solution’s Scope of Work included Quality Level B designating (horizontal) locating services. The QL-B designating services were completed in November of 2012. Approximately 11,155 feet of Level B designated utilities were located as part of the utility investigations. Utility coordination efforts with existing utility owners, and local utility locating contractors also took place to account for those utilities that were not locatable by conventional means. In addition to the Quality Level B completed activities, SUE Solutions also completed ten (10) Quality Level A test holes at critical design conflict locations where crucial utility data was collected. The QL-A test hole services were completed in January of 2013. SUE Solutions located utilities which included culinary and secondary water, phone, CATV, fiber optics, electrical, natural gas, sewer and storm drain. SUE Solutions was able to locate these utilities ahead of schedule and under budget. The final deliverable to the design consultant consisted of a comprehensive final SUE report which contained existing utility conditions and their limitations, photographs of designated utilities, and existing utility owner mapping.