OLD NC HWY 98 IMPROVEMENTS

Wake County, NC

Old NC HWY 98 Bridge in Wake County, North Carolina where our team provided route location and survey services for this 8,000-linear-foot project.

Project Description
Route location and survey project containing 8,000 linear feet of existing roadway, 1,000 linear feet of hydrographic survey, stormwater features and utilities. Summit established GPS control and Baseline traverse station positions and elevations, collected pavement and supplemental DTMs, and located topo/planemetric features. Survey data was collected using GPS, conventional survey and High-Density Laser scans. Final Survey and associated DTM TIN files submitted to Summit Roadway Design group.
Project Details
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