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2022 Bull Roast was a huge success. We all had a great time at Martin's West! Some big prizes were given out. Food was awesome! We can't thank our sponsors enough for their support.
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Title 09 Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation Subtitle 12 Division of Labor and Industry Chapter 32 Heat Stress Standards
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Click here to see the proposal.

City of Baltiomore street/footway/alley/steel plate notification form. As of June 30, 2022; DOT Street Cut Regulations are in effect and must be adhered to accordingly. The below link is to access the Regulations posted on the BCDOT website. Please share with all of your staff, contractors, sub-contractors and anyone else you deem necessary. Also attached is the new Street Cut Notification Form that requires use effective immediately.

Click here for the new form.

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OSHA suggested a new standard on heat. Maryland has until 10/01/22 to put something in place. Click here to see their write up.

OSHA is gratified the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit dissolved the Fifth Circuit’s stay of the Vaccination and Testing Emergency Temporary Standard click here to see the information.

Check out a “Sample” Confined Space Entry Permit in the links page or by clicking here

Here is an updated Baltimore City contacts list. Click here to view it.

Here is a copy of the new Contingent Price Items as approved by Baltimore County. Please note that the County has increased the Borrow for back fill to $80/CY. From the proposed 60/CY. These prices go into effect March 1st. Download

To see pictures from past events head on over to the Events page and scroll down to the event you would like to see.

“Update guy” would like to remind all the members to be sure to attend the general meetings. Attending the meetings is a great way to network with others in our industry. The meetings also cover many of the local changes to specifications and an excellent way to keep your crews ahead of the curve when it comes to compliance.

For the latest Howard County Water and Sewer Capital Projects Bid Advertisement, click here.

Our executive director would like to know from the members if anyone has a need for any safety services (i.e. confined space, CPR,etc) . Elaine can set up safety services for our membership at a reduced rate. It is one of the advantages of membership in the AUC.

We are always looking for new members. If anyone has an idea for a new member please contact Elaine. Building membership helps keep our organization strong with new thoughts, ideas and services.

For AUC tracked Bills, make sure to visit our links page for the dedicated section!

Head over to the links page to find information about

  • Baltimore City Street Cuts Information
  • New OSHA Overhead Lines Clearance Requirements
  • New Harford County Water & Sewer Regs
  • Anne Arundel County Jobs
  • Maryland Cell Phone Law Fact Sheet
  • See the latest Howard County Water and Sewer Capital
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    The Associated Utility Contractors of Maryland, Inc. was incorporated on March 11, 1950 by a group of concerned contractors interested in the welfare and advancement of the utility contracting industry. The Association is a founding and highly active member of the Clean Water Construction Coalition (C.W.C.C.).

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    • Board Meeting - 12/12/2022
      5 p.m. @ Timbuktu Restaurant
    • Board Meeting - 1/09/2023
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    • Dinner Dance - 2/11/2023
      @ Turf Valley Country Club
    • Board Meeting - 2/13/2022
      5 p.m. @ Timbuktu Restaurant
    • Board Meeting - 3/13/2023
      5 p.m. @ Timbuktu Restaurant

    Subtitle twelve law and such

    Title XII of the Maryland Public Utilities article is the governing document for protecting our state's vital underground facilities, as well as to insure the safety of the public and all those who work in the underground utility industry. It is the law in Maryland and applies to anyone who intends to dig or disturb the earth or demolish any type of structure.

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    Click here to read see the new laws.

    2022 Law Updates

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