Our surveying team was a subcontractor that provided survey services on the Triangle Expressway Toll NC-540, one of the first toll roads in the U.S. to use electronic services instead of the traditional toll booth. The Triangle Expressway extends for approximately 18.8 miles and connects RTP to Holly Springs. The Triangle Expressway consists of ten interchanges and eighteen all-electronic toll collection zones.
Our team was selected by the City of Creedmoor to provide site design, construction administration, materials testing and inspection and surveying services for improvements to Lake Rogers Park. The scope includes the addition of walking trails and an unpaved parking lot on 7.5 acres of land west of Lake Rogers Dam. The slope of the area where the Water Treatment Facility stood forms a natural amphitheater.
Summit provided crews for this route location and survey project containing 900 linear feet of existing roadway, one bridge and 400 linear feet of hydrographic survey. Summit established Baseline traverse station positions and elevations, collected pavement and supplemental DTMs, and located topo/planemetric features. Standard Location and Survey Data exchange was required for submittal to Division 5 staff.