Degrove Surveyors, Inc. was recently awarded it’s second consecutive contract with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Jacksonville District. This contract, like the previous one, will have Degrove providing the Corps with surveying and mapping services throughout the state of Florida on an as-needed basis over the next five years.
Degrove has completed a number of large projects for the Corps already. These projects have required topographic, hydrographic, subsurface utility location, geodetic control, vertical control, volume, as-built, and GPS surveying services from the Florida panhandle to the Florida Keys. Degrove looks forward to continuing this positive professional relationship.
Degrove Surveyors, as a sub-consultant to Bradshaw-Niles & Associates, is currently providing underground location support for an As-Built Survey of the Anastasia Island Waste Water Treatment Plant expansion in St. Augustine, Florida. The expansion, a project owned by the St. Johns County Utility Department, connects the Anastasia Island Plant to another waste water treatment plant located across the Intracoastal Waterway in St. Augustine Shores.
Degrove field crews are locating a variety subsurface pipes throughout the plant, utilizing electromagnetic locators and ground penetrating radar (GPR). Crews are also utilizing Degrove’s vacuum excavator to complete 45 soft-dig holes, verifying pipe size, type, and location at critical points in the network.
Degrove Surveyors has recently been awarded a contract with the Jacksonville Aviation Authority. The contract is to provide surveying and mapping services to the Authority on an as-needed basis for up to the next five years. Degrove looks forward to the opportunity to develop a positive relationship with the Authority.