Presenter Information

Guoliang Meng, Guoliang MengFollow

Document Type

Poster

Location

Ellensburg

Event Website

http://digitalcommons.cwu.edu/source/

Start Date

17-5-2016

End Date

19-5-2016

Keywords

Underground, Infrastructure, pipeline, Reorganization, planning, Revitalization

Abstract

The challenges facing Liuzhou’s underground infrastructure system today are unlike any it has ever faced before. Frequent underground gas pipeline leaks and explosions are impacting the safety and quality of citizens’ lives. To develop a safe, efficient and economical underground infrastructure system, Liuzhou City will have to do three things: (1) create a unified administrative department for underground pipeline administration, (2) conduct a citywide underground pipeline survey by stages and create an information platform to share the underground pipeline data, and (3) develop a public-private partnership to construct a utility tunnel. The poster outlines these critical steps in Liuzhou’s underground infrastructure system reform and renewal.

Poster Number

18

Faculty Mentor(s)

Rex Wirth

Department/Program

Political Science

 
May 17th, 12:00 AM May 19th, 12:00 AM

Underground Infrastructure: Planning, Development and Revitalization

Ellensburg

The challenges facing Liuzhou’s underground infrastructure system today are unlike any it has ever faced before. Frequent underground gas pipeline leaks and explosions are impacting the safety and quality of citizens’ lives. To develop a safe, efficient and economical underground infrastructure system, Liuzhou City will have to do three things: (1) create a unified administrative department for underground pipeline administration, (2) conduct a citywide underground pipeline survey by stages and create an information platform to share the underground pipeline data, and (3) develop a public-private partnership to construct a utility tunnel. The poster outlines these critical steps in Liuzhou’s underground infrastructure system reform and renewal.

http://digitalcommons.cwu.edu/source/2016/cos/10