The Pipeline Ag Safety Alliance, a coalition of pipeline companies committed to effectively communicating safety measures to farmers and ranchers, is formed to work in tandem with the National Association of County Agricultural Agents to help educate the agricultural community on safe digging practices. Infrastructure Resources publishes its first full-length textbook, Locating Buried …

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     Locator Safety Awareness Week is created in cooperation with Nulca to provide an opportunity for the industry to thank our boots-on-the-ground locate heroes and let them know their contributions to safe worksites and communities are appreciated and valued.  


     811 is added to the Damage Prevention Professional logo and the CGA Excavation Safety Conference & Expo logo. The conference is rebranded to CGA 811 Excavation Safety Conference & Expo.       Infrastructure Resources brings its industry knowledge and event-planning expertise to market by producing the CCGA Damage Prevention Symposium for the Canadian Common …

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     Company CEO, Scott Landes, once again displays his visionary prowess with the release of the first Damage Prevention Professional magazine, a publication dedicated to expanding the industry’s knowledge on damage prevention and public awareness on protecting the buried infrastructure with thought-provoking articles and features written by industry professionals.  


     The Excavation Safety University product line is launched to provide the industry with multimedia training options including videos, live webinars and onsite workshops. Subject matter experts within the industry provide their knowledge and expertise to create quality training materials designed to promote damage prevention and excavation safety.  


The company changes its name to Infrastructure Resources, LLC to more closely match its mission of becoming the industry’s most trusted partner in damage prevention resources.


The event is rebranded to Excavation Safety Conference & Expo to more closely align with its hugely popular Excavation Safety Guide; and the CGA logo is added to the conference name as a way to raise awareness for the association as they begin holding their annual meeting at our event.


811 is implemented as a national call before you dig number. The company brought innovative change to the industry landscape with its first print publication, Excavation Safety Guide, a resource guide designed to help excavators navigate safely through the excavation process from pre-planning to job completion and keeps important industry resources at a contractor’s fingertips …

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     The company first displayed its commitment to innovation the very next year by adding the Underground Focus Academy event which combined outdoor demonstrations with classroom education.