Since 1987, InfraMap Corp. (InfraMap) has been providing professional subsurface utility engineering (SUE) and utility infrastructure mapping (UIM) services. We collect utility infrastructure data in the field using sophisticated geophysical techniques and instrumentation (including GPR) with automated data collection gear and state-of-the-art survey equipment. We then merge this information into our client’s base mapping in their desired format. This critical data is essential in the design and decision making process of any new or existing infrastructure project. 

InfraMap was one of the earliest subsurface utility engineering and locating firms established, and since our founding, we have focused on being a quality leader and expert in our field. For 34 years, InfraMap has been revolutionizing the utility locating and mapping industry, developing new standards and procedures, and improving methods through technological advancements. We bring our clients a superior level of experience, technical expertise, and significant resources. To date, we have successfully completed some of the largest and most complex utility locating and designating projects ever undertaken by any company. 

We are thoroughly familiar with the complexities and constructability issues which must be accurately and efficiently addressed by a utility location consultant. Given the enormous liability, as well as the expensive and dangerous consequences associated with errors, we understand the trust our clients instill in us when hiring our firm as their project partner. We do not take that trust lightly, and we make it our prime objective to always “get it done right, the first time.” 

InfraMap’s ongoing commitment to improving and evolving our profession makes our firm an industry leader. All InfraMap resources and staff are committed to all quality levels of SUE, including designating (quality level B/QLB), and locating (quality level A/QLA), as well as survey and GIS. We have an outstanding record of quality and timely project turn-around, as evidenced by repeat awards of major utility location contracts.