Corridor Mapping

Every surveying project is unique and corridors mapping even more so. These are long, linear projects that run adjacent to public and private properties and right-of-way, have encroachments, and are often active infrastructure with specific safety concerns and MPT. This requires surveyors to use the latest technology and apply best practices for data collection and mapping.

Routes take many forms in our modern infrastructure and GdB has experience with them all:

Funding for infrastructure renewals and the renewable energy transition in full swing make route mapping ever more important. Discover why GdB is the Trusted Advisor on these projects.

Nassau County DPW – Bay Park STP Ocean Outfall Effluent Diversion

GdB was hired as a subconsultant to provide a variety of Land Surveying services for this large scale effort by Nassau County DPW to divert dry weather effluent from the Bay Park STP to be discharged via the ocean outfall at the Cedar Creek WPCP. This required construction of a new dedicated pump station at Bay Park, a new force main between the two facilities and all related control systems and appurtenances required.

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PSEG LI – Article VII Malverne to East Garden City

GdB was hired by Burns & McDonnell as a WBE Certified Subconsultant to provide various Land Surveying services on a proposed route for a new 138KV Underground Transmission cable to be used by PSEG to deliver reliable service and grid resiliency to Southwest Nassau County after the failure of two existing 50+ year old cables.

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