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Surprise voters OK city’s purchase of private water company

by Lorrain Longhi, The Republic/ Preliminary election results Tuesday show Surprise voters green-lighting the city's request to purchase a small, private water company to increase the growing city's share of Colorado River water. The early results show the request passing by a large margin. Surprise held a mail-in election with ballots sent to all registered voters in [...]

New ADOSH Webinars are in Demand

Annually ADOSH Consultation and Outreach Trainers complete approximately 30 webinars. Our webinars are designed to provide the class participant with high impact information on our existing training classes. We also address any new emerging issues facing a particular industry in Arizona. Webinars are offered in two and three hour blocks based on the class subject.  [...]

Public Improvement Project Guide (PIPG)

The Public Improvement Project Guide (PIPG) is a guideline developed in 1985 by stakeholders  through the American Public Works Association Arizona Chapter's Arizona Utility Coordinating Committee (AUCC) to improve communication around utility coordination. It was last updated in 2011 and is currently under review for additional needed updates. Below is a link to an article [...]

By |February 12th, 2018|Latest News|0 Comments

HDD Academy

HDD Academy: Mastering Crossing Applications - February 22-23, 2018 Arizona State University’s Del E. Webb School of Construction and Benjamin Media, Inc. will host the fourth annual Horizontal Directional Drilling Academy February 22-23, 2018. Horizontal directional drilling experts will deliver presentations during a two-day intensive course designed to equip attendees with knowledge of horizontal directional drilling [...]

By |February 2nd, 2018|Latest News|0 Comments

2018 Preview: Wireless operators, content providers, schools will demand more dark fiber

by Sean Buckley for FierceTelecom When I began covering telecom in 1998, dark fiber initially was used to fuel networks that eventually became today's internet. At that time an overabundance of fiber builds created what some experts called a fiber glut that did not have enough bandwidth hungry applications to take advantage of these new [...]

By |December 28th, 2017|Latest News|0 Comments