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2M General Engineering, Inc.

1980 South River Road, West Sacramento, CA, USA

2M provides innovative and reliable utility locating, potholing and mapping services for infrastructure development and public works projects. As a trusted partner to contractors and government agencies, we help our clients work safer and smarter while advancing the industry with expertise and innovation.

Core Values

  1. Safety: We are committed to keeping our employees, clients, and communities safe.

  2. Integrity: We operate with honesty, transparency, and ethical behavior in all aspects of our business.

  3. Innovation: We embrace creativity and constantly seek new solutions to improve our services and stay ahead of the competition.

  4. Client Focus: We prioritize the needs of our clients and strive to exceed their expectations.

  5. Big Picture Perspective: We approach our work with a holistic view, understanding how our services fit into the larger context of infrastructure development and community safety.

Target Market

  1. Public works agencies at the federal, state, and local levels

  2. Prime contractors working on public works projects

  3. Private utility companies in need of locating and mapping services

  4. Environmental engineering and consulting firms

  5. Land surveyors and civil engineering firms

  6. Construction and development companies

  7. Facilities and property management companies

  8. Transportation and infrastructure development companies

Proven Process:  L.V.C.D

Our LVCD process (Locate, Verify, Capture, and Document) ensures accurate and comprehensive utility mapping and location services for our clients.

  1. Locate: Use the latest technology and highly trained personnel to locate/designate underground utilities.

  2. Verify: Verify the accuracy of the utility mapping through non-destructive excavation methods, such as potholing and vacuum excavation.

  3. Capture: Capture all necessary information about the utilities and surrounding environment using advanced surveying, geospatial tools and techniques.

  4. Document: Document all data collected in a clear and organized manner, providing clients with comprehensive and accurate maps, models and reports.