Pipeline Boundary Survey for 300 Line

A natural gas client planned to upgrade its natural gas pipeline transporting raw material to the Northeast. The client’s goal was to enlarge the pipe size because of the increased demand in the region. Rugged terrain, incomplete records, and landowners not in agreement with the action were complicating the process.

RETTEW’s survey group quickly mobilized four survey crews to the sites, promptly completing boundary surveys and deed research to allow the project to continue developing. Our expert teams also created condemnation plats to fulfill the scope of work. We maintained our survey crews on site for as long as the project required, surveying multiple locations at once, and completed all detailed tasks within the set schedule.

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