When you are expanding a university’s campus in El Paso, there are some key factors you should be aware of for successful land planning and development. One of the most important elements in any building expansion is making sure you first understand the parameters and boundaries of the property. Conducting a thorough research of the property during the initial stage will guide all further building plans and budget costs involved.
Qualities of a Trustworthy Survey CompanyA survey company is indispensable but many people on the university committee dealing with expansion might not understand what they need to look for in one of these professional firms. Like many other organizations, finding the best surveying firm means choosing one with membership in the right professional organizations, like the Registered Professional Land Surveyors in Texas. The staff needs to be qualified and competent as well. It is critical to make sure they have the right licenses to be able to work in a variety of different environments. A trustworthy surveyor, like Land-Mark Professional Surveying Inc. will mention the kind of equipment and software used on their website so you can get a fully rounded view of what to expect on your upcoming university expansion project.
Land Planning Done RightFinally, it is always good protocol to work with a surveying company that can offer you a portfolio of the projects that they have worked on to better show the extent of their talent. If you are in need of a reliable and trustworthy surveying company for a university expansion project, then Land-Mark Professional Surveying Inc. meets all the above criteria in what is crucial for land planning in El Paso. We are a professional firm that has been in business since 1991, and throughout this time we have created a strong community reputation for detailed success in every project we undertake. Allow us to partner with your vision and create the University expansion you need. Contact us today.
Units Sixteen through Twenty-Two, El Paso, Texas
Project consisted of boundary survey, legal descriptions, construction staking, lot staking and “As Built” survey. Ridge View Estates Units 16 through 22 encompass 210 acres of development on El Paso’s west side. Electronic files were submitted in AutoCAD 2000 format.
Project consisted of 1600 feet of concrete taxiway; 6500 feet of asphalt roadway and 12.5 acres of concrete apron. Land-Mark was responsible for construction survey, including slope stakes, blue tops and controlling the concrete forms. An “As-Built” survey was performed on an 18 feet grid throughout the concrete taxiway and concrete apron. Electronic files were submitted in Microstation format.
Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Roadway Construction Projects, El Paso County, Texas
Project consisted of project control, horizontal and vertical control for aerial targets, topographical survey, metes and bounds descriptions and right-of-way maps. Project was from Zaragosa to Vista Del Sol Drive on George Dieter Drive and from Pellicano Drive to Montana (U.S. Highway 62/180) on Lee Boulevard. Phenomenal precision was accomplished horizontally with GPS methods and vertically with three wire levels. Subsurface Utility Engineering Levels A, C and D were performed. Electronic files were submitted in CAiCE and MicroStation formats.