WEBINAR REPLAY: Clearing the Road to Infrastructure Bonding – Avoiding Energy Development Potholes
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Energy development is on the rise in southwestern Pennsylvania. Marcellus and other shale drilling extraction means bigger, heavier trucks on roads. Because of this, residents face an increase in traffic, and since local roads aren’t normally designed to handle the weight of these trucks, damage to roadways is both common and costly. As a local official, are you aware of your rights and responsibilities concerning road damage caused by energy development?
Protect your valuable infrastructure — join LGA and Scott Rusmisel of The Gateway Engineers for this free webinar.
Scott Rusmisel, P.E., Project Manager for The Gateway Engineers, Inc., will detail in this webinar the road bonding process as a solution to infrastructure impacts from energy development. Scott will define bonding requirements, condition assessments, cooperation between energy companies and local officials, and closing out bonds. Gateway Engineers has cleared the rubble from numerous municipal/energy company agreements that have crumbled because of poor planning and unclear expectations. Avoid energy development potholes and let Scott help you navigate the road bonding process.
Local Government Academy is presenting this webinar in partnership with Washington & Jefferson College-Center for Energy Policy and Management, and The Gateway Engineers, Inc.