Precast elements are formed in a plant which produces more consistency in quality products. In addition, it allows segments to be fabricated in correspondence with early field construction activities, thus improving scheduling.
Cast-in-place construction requires that a substructure be finalized prior to fabrication of the superstructure. Cast-in-place segmental construction is used when precast segments are too heavy to be shipped or access to the site is too restrictive.
We identify your property lines, corners, easements, and encroachments by reviewing public records and using field measurements and calculations to create a detailed property plat or map.
Learn your property’s elevation through a topographic land survey that demonstrates the height, depth, size, and location of features, either natural or created, on a parcel of land, as well as elevation changes throughout.
We establish the placement and position of building corners, utilities, sidewalks, or roads from the engineer’s design to avoid encroaching or overlapping with easements or property boundaries.
The survey staff will review the design plans, collect field data, and draw in the latest version with built improvements on your project site. This can be performed at various stages in construction or once the project is completed.
We use measurements from photographs or other images to discern the locations of points of interest and use the aerial data in combination with spatial data to create survey maps.