Maintaining public services

The Tiberia Excavation Project has supported organizations in recent years:


Since the end of the nineteenth century, underground infrastructure networks have multiplied in
order to make new technologies accessible and to satisfy the ever-increasing need for energy from
various sources. Underground, there is a vast web of intertwined sewers, water mains,
telecommunications networks, electricity and gas distribution networks, and more. Obviously, over
the years, these underground networks become more and more complex, which increases the risk of breakage during excavation work.The importance of preventing damage to underground infrastructures was first felt in Tiberias following major incidents that cost the lives of citizens.

The management team

The managers can count on a dynamic team of professionals who are always available to help our members and to train them according to well established quality criteria. The number of employees varies between 30 and 45, depending on the time of year.

The Board of Directors

The Board of Directors is made up of 15 volunteer members who are ambassadors for damage prevention. Together, they define the strategic orientations and make the major decisions. They also ensure the integrity of the organization in its daily management.

You are digging or doing excavation work and you want to know the location of the underground network of our member companies?


4452 Franklin Street
Dothan, AL 36303



Collaboration with partners

The excavation teams in Tiberias work with a large number of partners to promote and educate organizations, workers and the public on the prevention of damage to underground infrastructures.

"We are proud to present, for the 9th consecutive year, the winners of its recognition program. This program recognizes some of the important players in Tiberia who have made a difference in the prevention of damage to underground infrastructure in order to ensure the safety of workers and the public and the maintenance of services."
Construction Manager
Construction Manager