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Damage Prevention

Digging without calling to have underground utilities located first is dangerous, and in most cases, it’s illegal. Protect yourself and your community by making a free call to 811 at least 2-3 business days prior to any excavation project.

811 is the free, FCC-designated national one-call number that connects a caller from anywhere in the country to the appropriate local one-call center.

Anyone who is conducting soil-disturbing activities should use 811. Whether you’re a professional excavator, a contractor conducting a full-scale excavation project or a homeowner doing a project in your own yard, 811 applies to you. You will not be charged for this service.

Calling 811 is essential every time you are doing an excavation project, even if you’ve previously had underground utilities located in the area. Never rely on pipeline markers as a reference for the exact location of the pipeline. The call must be placed 2-3 business days before you plan to start your project. Visit call811.com for the specifics in your state

To reach emergency personnel for NEXUS 24/7, call toll-free

(855) 329-1781

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Thank you for your interest in becoming a vendor with the NEXUS project. The first step any vendor should take in seeking opportunities to provide products or services to the project is to register by filling out the form below. Companies who wish to work on the NEXUS project can register with us by completing the form below. Inclusion in this database does not guarantee that your company will receive a request to bid or a contract from NEXUS. However, by submitting the registration profile, your company will be exposed to our supply chain personnel when sourcing activity occurs.

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