Horrocks Engineers has opened a new office in Dallas, Texas. Our Dallas office is located at 130 N. Preston Road, Suite 100, in Prosper, TX, 75078. This space is home to a growing team in the Lonestar State.
Subsurface Utility Engineering in Texas
Horrocks’ North Texas SUE Manager, Glenn Fox, explained, “Expansion into the Dallas Fort Worth metroplex is a great opportunity for Horrocks to showcase our subsurface utility engineering (SUE) services.” Horrocks has been providing civil engineering and utility-related services to clients for more than 50 years. Over time, those services have grown to span eight states and to include utility coordination, data management, and SUE. Because Horrocks also performs engineering design work, we have a unique, firsthand understanding of how important it is to collect accurate utility data as quickly and efficiently as possible. This allows designers enough time to accommodate potential conflicts and avoid costly project delays.
Our SUE staff provides all ASCE 38 quality levels of SUE, including test-holes, to obtain accurate subsurface utility data that can reduce risk, provide cost-saving measures, and prevent schedule delays. Horrocks’ crews are cross-trained to collect their own data.
Glenn Fox | North Texas SUE Manager
Glenn has 34 years of SUE, ASCE 38-02 Quality Level A (vacuum excavation test-holes) and B (utility designation) data experience, with more than 20 of those years on Department of Transportation projects for six different states. He has managed SUE projects including drainage improvements, road widening, utility corridors, traffic signalization, commercial development, and bridge approaches. He also has extensive experience mapping private utilities at college campuses, hospitals, industrial sites, military bases, and treatment plants.
Glenn has been involved in the SUE and utility mapping community for over 15 years, volunteering as a judge and event manager for the International Locate Rodeo from 2002-2007 and serving on the National Utility Locating Contractors Association (NULCA) Competency Standards committee and the UESI Subsurface Utility Engineering & Investigations Committee. He has had utility locating and mapping articles published in the following magazines: Underground Focus, Point of Beginning, Utility Contractor, Trenchless Technology, Damage Prevention, Lonestar 811, and Texas 811.
For more information about Horrocks’ services in Dallas, TX, please contact Glenn Fox at 469-444-8050.