Typical Plans and Forms for Use in Locating Underground Utilities: A Special Supplement to Manual of Engineering Practice No.14, the Location of Underground Utilities

by
Committee of the City Planning Division on Location of Underground Utilities

American Society of Civil Engineers, New York, NY
1937, Soft Cover, Pg. 15
Prepared for limited distribution to specialists

Manual of Practice No.: 14

Out of Print: Not available at ASCE Bookstore.


Document Type: Book - Manual of Practice

Abstract: This supplement to Manual number 14, Typical Plans and Forms for Use in Locating Underground Utilities, provides detailed examples of the plans and forms typically employed when locating underground utilities. This manual includes maps, tables, lists of city planning legislation, useful definitions, and other helpful information related to the process of locating underground utilities. This manual will be of interest to anyone working with the underground utilities of a city or otherwise engaged in a city planning project.

Subject Headings: Buried pipes | Underground structures | Lifeline systems | Urban areas | Mapping | Legislation | Terminology and definition

 

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