Surveys and Topography
Drones reduce field data collection time by up to 70%, keep field crews out of harm's way, and facilitate on-time and on-budget project completion. Topographic, ALTA, plats, and farm surveys are some of the projects types we completed alongside our clients.
EP Sports Complex
Topographic survey of hard-to-access, harsh, undeveloped terrain with steep slopes and thick, sharp bramble.
Mapping collection of all planimetric features (manmade and natural) and measurements of building heights.
The complex site consists of multiple major storage tanks, many smaller structures, several buildings, containment berms, retaining walls, and above ground pipings.
Green Bay Beef Processing
The client cut the schedule by 4 weeks using drone data collection. The industrial plant operates six days per week, limiting survey access to one day per week.
The project involved mapping planimetric features (manmade and natural) within the right-of-way, including street furniture, curbs and gutters, sidewalks, drives, striping, utility structures, and utility surface location (JULIE) markings.
Surveying infill lots can be time-consuming. Topographic survey of vacant infill lots, adjacent lots, and roads in existing subdivision was completely quickly and on time.
The surrounding properties include fenced yards, detached garages, and dense improvements, making data collection tedious, dangerous, (fence climbing, dogs, etc) and time consuming.
Mighty Greens Farm
Impending winter weather threatened the schedule for the topographic survey of farm, homestead, commercial farm buildings, and bisecting road. Drones slashed the time in the field and collected the data the day before snow blanketed the site.
An ALTA survey requiring all of the Standard Table A requirements, along with orthomosaic imagery, building heights and caliper of trees on site, was needed for this development project.
US I-90 and Rt 53 Interchange
Mapping included the edge of pavement, open areas, lighting, and storm culverts.