ON THE MARK
Trusted Utility Locating Service
UTILITY LOCATING QUALITY PROCESS
Our team and utility locating experts provide a full suite of state-of-the-art utility locating experience, designed to help your team avoid accidental underground strikes that can result in costly repairs, severe injury and lost time.
Step 1 : Site Walk
Visual Site Inspection
On The Mark Locators perform a visual job site inspection. We look for surface features and inspect the interior of the buildings to ensure that all underground utilities are accounted for in your scope of work.
Step 2: Locate & Verify the Known Utilities
We locate the known utilities in your scope of work. This is done by connecting, tracing and marking utilities from surface feature to surface feature ( Gas Valves, Water Pit or Meters, Electrical Transformers and Communication Junction Boxes). This may require us to connect to utilities out of the scope of work and trace back through the scope of work to ensure a safe place to work.
Step 3: Find & Identify Unknown Utilities
EM Passive Scans
Step 4: Find Anomalies Underground
Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR)
We have the knowledge along with the equipment to find Storm Drains, Fiber Optics Lines and Sanitary Sewer Lines that are passing through your scope of work. Those types of utilities are not usually located with accuracy. On The Mark Locators have the equipment to find these utilities. All we need is access.
Step 5: Quality
A Secure Job Site
On The Mark Locators walk through your scope of work using Passive Scans and a Unique Metal Detector looking utilities that may not have a surface feature or are just abandoned.
LOCATING, TECHNOLOGY, & RESULTS
How Do Utility Locating Services Work?
Why use On The Mark locators?
Utility locating is a unique approach to finding underground utilities. No one can see in the ground. On The Mark Locators invest in the latest technology combined with numerous years of training to provide our clients with the most detailed utility scan in their scope of work.
We are the best at what we do because utility locating is a commitment to safety.