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Wekiva Parkway Extension of 429  

Wekiva Parkway Extension of SR 429 Control Survey
Central Florida Expressway Authority
Formerly Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority

DRMP was tasked with establishing a portion of the Primary Horizontal and Vertical Control networks, and aerial targeting for the Wekiva Parkway project. DRMP constructed poured-in-place concrete monuments to be used as the Primary Control for the future construction of the proposed 20+ mile project. Static GPS observations were performed on 70 stations and the resulting raw data was sent to another survey team firm for compilation and final adjustment. Elevations were established on the same points by using digital levels to quickly tie new stations to existing control benchmarks. Aerial targets were also set to control aerial photography and photogrammetric mapping using redundant RTK GPS methods.

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Suncoast Parkway  

Suncoast Parkway 2 Control Survey
Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise

DRMP provided survey and mapping services for the first three sections of the Suncoast Parkway 2 series.  As the first surveyors on the project, DRMP performed as the project network control survey consultant for the entire 27-mile corridor.  Static GPS surveys were performed and bench levels were run through the project to establish Primary Network Control (PNC) to be used in all three sections of the Suncoast Parkway 2 design and right-of-way survey.  DRMP provided all analysis and adjustment of the resulting data and prepared PNC maps.  Our surveyors also performed design and right-of-way survey for the first 8.9 miles of the corridor while managing a team of four subconsultant survey firms.  DRMP provided final review and submittal of all design base files and survey maps, assuring that both our in-house work and subconsultants met FTE standards.  Final deliverables included right-of-way maps and legal descriptions and approximately 150 acquisition parcels that required parent tract calculations, legal descriptions and acquisition sketches.

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First Coast Outer Beltway  

First Coast Outer Beltway Right-of-Way/Control Survey
Reynolds, Smith & Hill, Inc.

DRMP served as the lead survey and mapping consultant for the St. Johns County and Duval County phases of this Public Private Partnership (P3), limited access right-of-way project. The First Coast Outer Beltway provides a connecting roadway, outside of the existing I-295 loop, between I-95 in St Johns County and I-10 in Duval County. A total of 13 new interchanges and a major bridge structure across the St. Johns River are also proposed. The total length of the proposed roadway is approximately 46.5 miles.  DRMP supervised and coordinated the survey effort with four survey and mapping firms which included horizontal and vertical control surveys, right-of-way control surveys, design surveys and subsurface utility designation and location, jurisdictional line survey and mean high water surveys. Our mapping support services include; control maps, right-of-way mapping, legal descriptions and title search reviews, and TCEs all of which support the acquisition need for the department.

Jacksonville International Airport Photogrammetric Control Survey  

Jacksonville International Airport Photogrammetric Control Survey
Jacksonville Aviation Authority

As part of the design team for the planned improvements at the Jacksonville International Airport, DRMP provided aerial control surveying services for the mapping of the entire airport and surrounding properties.  Our surveyors provided horizontal and vertical values of the aerial control targets for the photogrammetry portion of the design effort. The task involved the reconnaissance and placement of 42 aerial targets over a 24 square mile area in northern Jacksonville to be flown for the photogrammetry flight paths. Suburban, rural and airport locations were encountered during the survey which required varied approaches as to access, flexible project logistics, and coordination with the Jacksonville Aviation Authority. Real-Time Kinematic (RTK) Global Positioning System (GPS) methods were used for the vast majority of the control work together with conventional differential level runs to check and establish vertical control as needed. Redundant occupations together with proper survey procedures resulted in an efficient and accurate completion to this task.

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