How we ensure our products and services remain world-class.

We take great pride in delivering a service that is genuinely world class.
To do this we stay closely connected to emerging trends and technology from around the world.

At Reveal, we employ some of the best brains in the business – we’re always challenging and improving our services and methodology.

Over the years we have developed our own [project management] methodology and several unique processes to ensure robust project design and utility detection.

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Best practise: Our guiding documents
CI/ASCE 38-02
1. American Society of Civil Engineers Standards ASCE/CI 38-02
When subsurface utilities are discovered during construction, the costs of remediation and the potential for damage is very high. So data accuracy is critical. Without accurate data engineers can't make informed decisions and support risk management protocols.

This Standard ensures that everyone on a project knows how to reduce risk because we have improved the reliability of information on existing subsurface utilities in a defined manner.
PAS 128 provides a robust methodology for delivering utility surveys in the UK. It focuses on levels of accuracy – referred to as Survey Category Types – that you can specify when requiring a PAS 128 compliant underground utility survey.

As the British standard document regarding the specification for underground utility detection, verification and location, we use PAS 128 to ensure all our underground investigations are carried out to the highest standards.
3. ISO 55001:2014

ISO 55001 is a framework for an asset management system that will help your business to pro-actively manage the lifecycle of your assets, from acquisition to decommission.

This system helps you to manage the risks and costs associated with owning assets, in a structured, efficient manner. It supports continual improvement and ongoing value creation.
Minimum Standard for Utility Identification and Protection on Road Projects
4. NZTA: Minimum Standard for Utility Identification and Protection on Road Projects

This document provides a minimum standard for utility identification and protection on road projects in New Zealand. It has been produced by an industry working group representing utilities, contractors and designers as part of the Transport Agency Zero Harm programme.

If you’re looking for the latest research, conversations, seminars and best-practice guidelines from New Zealand and around the world, we recommend reading the following research publications and attending the following conferences: