1519 set aerial panels throughout the project area and managed the aerial flight of the project. The coordinates of the aerial panels were established using GPS and scaled to Texas Department of Transportation surface coordinates. The aerial flight included the planimetrics (2D features), a digital terrain model of the project, and orthophotos. 1519 performed the QA/QC of all data prior to submittal to the client.
1519 also performed the boundary survey of approximately four (4) miles of the proposed route and obtained copies of subdivision plats and ownership deeds within the project limits. Boundary monuments were recovered and a property map was created. Included in the boundary survey were fifty (50) documents with legal descriptions for right-of-way acquisitions, signed and sealed by a Registered Professional Land Surveyor.
After documents were completed, 1519 set monuments delineating the proposed right-of-way. 1519 also staked the proposed right-of-way so that property owners and appraisers could see the new route and construct new fences.
1519 Surveying, LLC worked with engineers, land men, title agents, property owners, and other land surveyors in order to complete the project. Property owners were always notified of 1519’s presence prior to accessing their land.
1519 also performed the survey of the Level “A” and Level “B” utilities that were marked by a private subsurface utility engineering firm. This included surveying the locations of the marked utility lines, test holes, and locations of all surface utilities within the project limits. 1519 was able to meet all project timelines and deliverables while staying within budget constraints.