S&V Surveying, Inc.
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Our corporate office is located in Spring, Texas (North Harris County). Numerous field crews are on projects at any given time, covering Harris County, and surrounding areas. Our Registered Professional Land Surveyors function as project managers on all projects. We maintain a commitment to meet project schedules and be responsive to client needs. Our field crews can be mobilized within three (3) working days for any project.
Under the direct supervision of Registered Professional Land Surveyors, a staff consisting of field crews, survey technicians, CAD Technicians and admin will perform the work required to prepare the “Deliverables” as required and in accordance with the Professional Land Surveying Practices Act, the General Rules of Procedure and Practices of the Texas Board of Professional Surveying, and Manual of Practice for Land Surveying in Texas of the Texas Society of Professional Surveyors. All technical requirements, traffic control, safety requirements and schedule milestones will be achieved as the project progresses.
Committed to acquiring “state-of-the-art” equipment to utilize in performing surveying services, S&V continually seeks unique methods and services to save time and money, and to provide a higher quality product. S&V continues to say abreast of current innovations and technology with field, office and computer equipment.
Establishing, maintaining and continuing to develop a control monument network consisting of more than 300 primary control monuments to be utilized for the developing community. In addition, provide Land Title Surveys directly to The Woodlands for the development of their land and topographic surveys for design.
Provided Right-Of-Way maps and parcel sketches for 127 parcels, including metes and bounds for easement and property acquisition.
Provided secondary horizontal & vertical baseline control. A topographic survey including cross sections was performed on the entire length of the project. Also, borehole locations and a tree survey were identified on these segments. In addition, we provided Level “C” utility locating on visible utilities within the project limits. Level “A” and “B” vacuum excavation was performed at critical locations as authorized by SJRA and performed Right-Of-Way work to establish and create easement sketches.
Provided topographic survey of the SJRA Highlands East Canal Siphon Structure at Wallisville Road & Garth Road. Provided cross sections of three (3) Flow Measurement structures. Provided construction surveys and vertical benchmark establishment for the Highlands Reservoir Main Canal Rehabilitation.
Performed a boundary survey, specifically, a Category 1B, Condition II Standard Land Title Survey.
Provided control and a 25 foot by 25 foot topographic survey utilizing both conventional location and HDS Laser Scanning to identify existing improvements.
Provided Right-Of-Way verification, abstracting, horizontal and vertical control, topographic/cross section survey for design, hydraulic cross section survey processed for the Hydrologic Engineering Center Rivers Analysis System (HEC-RAS), utility research and verification, and Right-Of-Way acquisition documents (as required), for approximately 1.4 miles (7,240 linear feet) of proposed roadway improvement.
Provided control, existing Right-Of-Way verification (Category 2 Condition 2), topographic survey (Category 6 Condition 2), Right-Of-Way parcel sketches and legals for approximately 7,000 linear feet of proposed roadway improvement, and 1,700 linear feet of existing roadway intersection improvements for a total of 8,700 linear feet.
Prepared a Land Title Survey for use in the acquisition of the subject tract, approximately 100 acres out of five tracts of land totaling approximately 230 acres and bounded by Spring Creek on the north, US 59 on the east, Townsen Boulevard on the south and Jesse Jones Park on the west. Also provided a topographic survey in designated areas.
Provided control and a topographic survey suitable for the use in the acquisition of the subject tract.
Provided a Land Title Survey on 700.92 acres, Category 1A, Condition II survey.
Provided control for the 6,600 acre land development.
Provided abstracting to obtain Right-Of-Way (R.O.W) information for the subject streets as necessary, performed field surveying to establish control sufficient to locate R.O.W. corners and topographic features along each street, recovered R.O.W. corners, tied corners in using conventional field surveying equipment and methods, performed topographic surveying of the sidewalk zone consistent with the design manual requirements for approximately 29,147 linear feet.
Prepared a topographic, tree & utility survey. Located designated visible improvements, trees, designated proposed water/storm sewer paths, visible utilities in the specific areas and performed due diligence in researching, locating and displaying both public and private utilities on the survey. A topographic survey based on a 100 foot grid along the two designated proposed water/storm sewer paths was performed utilizing HDS Laser Scanning and a boundary check was provided in order to tie the topographic survey to the park boundary.
Performs on-call system wide surveying services, centerline stationing, and monumentation for the Harris County Toll Road Authority roadway system within all county precincts in Harris County, Texas.
Performed HDS Laser Scanning surveying services along the main lanes of the Southeast Belt widening for over ten (10) miles, provided conventional topographic surveying totaling over 21,000 LF, and Right-Of-Way mapping services for five detention ponds.
Provided control surveys along South Sam Houston Beltway, performed reconnaissance to recover existing control points, used GPS to confirm x, y and z positions of existing survey control monuments located throughout the project area, set thirty (30) new secondary, stable survey control monuments and used static GPS and differential Levels to determine their x, y and z positions. Prepared plan view drawings for the control network in Microstation and prepared Recovery Description sheets for all control points recovered.
Identified storm sewer size, location, and flow line along eastern feeder of the Hardy Toll Road at northern and southern project limits and completed a topographic survey with cross-sections of approximately 3,000 linear feet of H.C.F.C.D. No. 7.
Provided top of bank and slab elevations for Greens Bayou, Sims Bayou, White Oak Bayou, Buffalo Bayou, Hunting Bayou, Brays Bayou, San Jacinto River No. 1 & 2, Cypress Creek, Spring Creek, Carpenter’s Bayou, Clear Creek and Galveston Bay.
Provided a Land Title Survey on 107 +/- acres, out of a 226.08 acre parent tract located northeast of Cypresswood Drive.
Provided a Land Title Survey of the Creekside Park Tomball I.S.D. east school tract (12.9388 acres).
Provided a 12.642 acre Land Title Survey.
Prepared a Land Title Survey for 41.5265 acre Conroe ISD tract out of the F.D. May Survey, A-388, Montgomery County, Texas and prepared an easement drawing for two access easements from SH 242.