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Construction projects are usually fast-paced and precisely timed.  As part of the project team, the survey crew may perform layout, control, legal, topographic, as-built, monitoring, or other surveys.

Surveying in construction projects serves two main purposes: to determine the existing location of improvements, and to keep the project manager informed as to the amount of work completed on the project to date.  The survey party chief therefore must liaise closely with the rest of the construction team and be prepared to complete additional surveys requested in the field.  These additional surveys are often integral to keeping the project on schedule.

Richmond Speed Skating Oval

  • Venue Building for the 2010 Winter Olympics
  • Survey services included legal subdivision of land, topographic site survey of approximately 40 acres using GPS methods, and precise construction layout and quality control surveys for the building contractor.

Aberdeen Mall Re-Development, Richmond

  • Construction of new retail shopping centre, parkade and residential condominium tower
  • Survey services included legal subdivision of land (conventional and Air Space Subdivision), topographic and engineering surveys, construction layout and strata property surveys of 120 residential units.

River Rock Hotel & Casino, Richmond

  • Construction of new parkade and Hotel to augment the existing Casino
  • Survey services included precise construction layout of building gridlines and settlement monitoring of surrounding surface infrastructure during site preparation (preloading, densification and piling).

Skytrain – Canada Line, Vancouver

  • Survey services included settlement monitoring of buildings immediately adjacent to the deep trench cut along Cambie Street for the future Canada line portion of Skytrain Rapid Transit route.
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