USAN 06/21/22 04:50:02 X120304245-14X RNEW NORM POLY LREQ
Ticket: X120304245 Rev: 14X Created: 06/21/22 04:50:02 User: 811SPOTTER Chan: WEB
Work Start: 07/26/21 17:01:00 Expires: 07/19/22 23:59:59 Response required: false Priority: 2
Company: ALBANESE CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION
City: SANTA CLARA State: CA Zip: 95050
Created By: RICK RONALD Language: ENGLISH Office Phone: 4086406835 SMS/Cell: 4086406835
Site Contact: CALLER
Site Phone: Site SMS/Cell: 4086406835 Site Email:
State: CA County: SANTA CLARA Place: MORGAN HILL Zip:
: Address/Street: 16290 RAILROAD AVE
: X/ST1: BARRETT AVE
: Locate: WORK ENTIRE PROPERTY APPROXIMATELY 100' INTO PROPERTY
Delineated Method: WHITE PAINT Work Type: SAWCUTTING ASPHALT
Work For: PRESTON PIPELINES
Permit: Job/Work order:
1 Year: false Boring: NO Street/Sidewalk: false Vacuum: N Explosives: U
Center Generated (NAD83): 37.115596/-121.635076, 37.114713/-121.635948
: 37.122802/-121.644138, 37.123685/-121.643266
Legal Start Information:
You cannot begin digging until each facility owner has responded to your request and it has passed the legal start date and time on your request. If you wish to begin sooner than the legal date and time indicated on your ticket, you must contact each facility operator individually to request that they respond sooner.
You must begin digging no later than 14 calendar days after your ticket was created. Phone numbers for the relevant facility operators are listed at the bottom of your ticket.
Missing a Response from a Utility Member?:
If the legal start date and time has passed and a facility operator has not marked an underground facility at the dig site, state law requires that you
process a No Response notice to your ticket. This can be done online through the E-Ticket program at www.usanorth811.org or by calling 811.
Your Ticket Is Only Valid for 28 Calendar Days:
Your ticket will automatically expire 28 calendar days after the date of creation. If you need to continue digging beyond that date, state law requires
that you renew your ticket before the expiration date. If the utility markings
at your site are no longer clearly visible, you must request a re-mark. Re-mark requests must be submitted at least two working days, not counting the day of submission, before the expiration date of your ticket. You can renew or re-mark your ticket online through the E-Ticket program at usanorth811.org or by calling 811.
Maintaining Utility Markings and Requesting Re-Marks at your Worksite:
It is your responsibility to respect and protect the utility markings. If the markings become disturbed and are no longer clearly visible, state law requires that you stop excavation and have the area in which the markings have been
disturbed re-marked by the appropriate facility operators. Re-mark requests must be submitted at least two working days, not countingthe day of submission, before the expiration date of your ticket. You can submit a re-mark request on your ticket online through the E-Ticket program at usanorth811.org or by calling 811.
What Are Private Lines and How Do I Request Locates for Them?:
Utility members are only responsible to locate facilities that they own and maintain. Any other facilities, commonly called private lines, that were installed by a home builder, contractor, or the homeowner themselves, can be located by a private locator. Common private lines are water lines from the water meter to a home, irrigation or sprinkler lines, gas line feeding a back yard barbeque or fire pit, or an electrical line that powers a detached shed.
You can find more information about private locators by visiting usanorth811.org or by searching online for ?private utility locators.?
Non-member Facility Owners:
The vast majority, but not all, owners of underground facilities are members of the USA North 811 nonprofit association of utility owners. Non-member entities include California and Nevada departments of transportation, railroads, military, tribal, and a few other entities. Non-pressurized sewer and drain line owners are also exempt from participating in California. Please review the list of utility owners on your ticket and contact any other affected entities
Tolerance Zone and Hand Digging Requirements:
When digging near underground facilities, state law requires that you use only hand tools to expose lines in conflict with your excavation. Hand tools must be used within 24 inches of the outside edge of all utility markings. You may use vacuum equipment only if indicated on your ticket and with the approval of the facility operator whose line will be exposed.
Damaged, Nicked, Scraped, or Dented an Underground Facility?:
If you discover or cause damage, nicks, scrapes, dents, or any other disturbance to a marked or unmarked underground facility, state law requires that you immediately report the damage to the facility owner.You can contact the facility operator directly using the phone number listed at the bottom of your ticket, or
you may contact USA North 811 to process a Damage/Exposed ticket. This can be done online through the E-Ticket program at usanorth811.org or by calling 811.
You must also contact 911 if you discover or cause damage to a natural gas line, high-voltage power cable, high-pressure or hazardous materials pipeline, or any other high-priority facility. Make sure to evacuate the area before calling 911.
Delineating or Pre-marking Your Work Site:
State law requires that you mark out the dimensions of your project by delineating or pre-marking with something white, such as spray paint, chalk, flags, or stakes to show the utility companies where you plan to dig before you submit your locate ticket. If you have yet to pre-mark your dig site, please do
so as soon as possible. You may start digging after the two working day minimum notice or the starting date and time you provided, whichever is later, has
passed and every utility operator that was notified on your ticket has responded by either marking their underground facilities at the dig site, letting you know their facilities are not in conflict with your project, or making other arrangements with you.
Additional Site Information:
When submitting your locate ticket, you should have provided all necessary information about the site including special circumstances such as site access instructions, locked gate information, dogs in the yard or on the property, or any other information that would help assist the locators before arriving to your site. If you forgot to add information like this, you can submit a ticket amendment and add this necessary information to your existing locate ticket. You can submit an amendment online through the E-Ticket program at usanorth811.org or by calling 811.
80% of the contractors and excavators submitting tickets today are doing so online through our E-Tickets platform. It not only is saving them time and
money, but allows us to keep our 811 phone lines open for damages, emergencies, curious homeowners, and new contractors who need help with the system. With your E-Ticket account you can submit any ticket you have, submit Renew or Re-mark requests, and have access to a stellar team of Web Operations Specialists who
are available to help walk you through any questions or issues you might have. For more information on E-Tickets visit usanorth811.org and click the orange
"Get Started" button on the top right corner of the page.
For more information and safe digging tips please visit usanorth811.org/safety