BRIDGE 040 OVER TABB'S CREEK ON US HWY 158

Granville County, NC

Bridge 040 in Granville County, North Carolina where our Surveying team provided surveying and route location services.

Project Description
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.
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