Morgan Abele – President of Operations

Morgan Abele - President of OperationsMorgan is a Nationally Recognized Expert in Utility Designating and Mapping. With over 30 years of experience in the industry, he has held locating, supervisory, inspection, training, managerial, and executive positions. Morgan has recently been appointed to Pennsylvania Governor, Tom Wolf’s, Pipeline and Infrastructure Development Task Force. He is specifically a member of the Pipeline Safety and Integrity workgroup. Morgan’s extensive work in the oil and gas industry speaks to his qualification for the Task Force.

Qualifications

Morgan has served in the following industry related organizations:

  • Chair, NULCA Locator Training Standards Committee
  • Chair, NULCA Marking Standards Committee
  • Member, National Utility Contractors Association (NUCA)
  • Member, American Public Works Association (APWA) Marking Standards Committee
  • Member, Common Ground Alliance(CGA) Utility Locating and Marking Committee
  • Board member, Underground Safety Symposium
  • Board member, Damage Prevention Convention

Relevant Project Experience

PRINCETON UNIVERSITY, ASTRONOMY BUILDING Princeton, NJ

Project Supervisor for Astronomy Building restoration project. Project crews located and mapped all utilities on and around the building site and located all utilities within the building. Crews performed electromagnetic and GPR scans discovering previously unknown utilities and structures within the building’s floors and walls. Provided client with detailed red-lined maps of located areas…

BRITISH PETROLEUM SITES Mid-Atlantic

Project Manager for utility locates on British Petroleum sites. Locate and amp all utilities, structures and buried tanks at sites in support of client’s environmental surveys. Sites were located and mapped, with client receiving detailed CAD drawing of the area.

BAY BRIDGE PROJECT Annapolis, MD

Project Manager for Phase One of the mapping of all utilities on the property, both public and private. Lines mapped included water, electric, telephone and sewer to multiple buildings. Utilities were surveyed and delivered to Carroll County in an AutoCad format.