SURVEYING AND CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT EXPERTISE
William A. Steen & Associates has experienced staff to
handle a variety of roadway, parking facilities, and utility construction
projects. Our construction management system covers contract negotiations,
contract implementation, construction phasing/staging implementation
plans, and review of payment requests and management of construction
procedures to meet specification requirements.
Our chief of survey at William A. Steen & Associates has
25 years of experience with the full range of surveying projects:
land, boundary, topography, photo control, title, construction,
as-built, and subdivision design.
Because of the office, title and research experience we are
distinctly qualified to prepare any title related analyses; legal
description and easement description drafting; land platting or
right-of-way plat preparation; and any mapping or survey report
drafting. Our extensive and varied experience, when coupled with
our state-of-the-art equipment, allows us to provide clients with
high quality, cost effective products.
SURVEY AND MAPPING
- Boundary establishment
- Construction staking
- Photo control
- A.L.T.A. survey preparation
- Property registration
- As-built locations
- Construction Layout
- Cultural Resource work
William A. Steen & Associates uses a variety of CAD and
engineering products in the production of construction documents.
Our primary framework consists of AutoCAD® R12-R14 and TerraModel
software running on a fully networked PC based platform.
The land surveying department of William A. Steen & Associates
is fully automated using Geodometer Total Stations with Data Collectors.
An extensive field code system has been developed by which all
field data is electronically collected and coded. When the data
is transferred to the office computers, all field linework (e.g.,
curbs, buildings, utilities) and drawing symbols for all structures
and features are automatically computer-generated in minutes.
In a very short time after returning from the field, a plotted
map of all field conditions and features located can be generated.
In the reverse process, all design structures and features are
electronically loaded to the field computers containing horizontal
and vertical data for immediate, direct layout with the electronic
William A. Steen & Associates has compiled an extensive
computer library of standard details for typical design details
as well as specialized storm water details.
Mark N. Abbamonte, L.S.