Survey Projects

Horseshoe Bend Safety Rail Survey

Horseshoe Bend Safety Rail Survey

Located near the town of Page, Arizona and five miles downstream from Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell, the Colorado River’s Horseshoe Bend is one of the most iconic and photographed natural landmarks in the western United States if not the world. Horseshoe Bend, part of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, is a horseshoe-shaped, incised meander of the Colorado River….read more →

Historic Woodruff-Snowflake Bridge Renovation

Historic Woodruff-Snowflake Bridge Renovation

Constructed in 1917, the Woodruff-Snowflake Bridge connects two cliff faces above the Little Colorado River. Originally placed in Winslow, it was relocated in 1939 when a wider bridge with greater load capacity was built in Winslow. In 1988, the original structure was placed on the historic register–one of many on the National Parks Historic Register created by Omaha Structural Steel…read more →

The Lofts Curb & Gutter Staking

The Lofts Curb & Gutter Staking

The Lofts, a 232 unit Flagstaff student housing development by UEB Construction of Scottsdale, Arizona (www.ueb.net) is in final construction stages trying to finish up before NAU students arrive next month. Survey tech Bretton began staking curb and gutter today on this busy and compact construction site where hard hats and reflective vests are required for all personnel.    

Flagstaff Starbucks

Flagstaff Starbucks

Flagstaff’s newest Starbucks Coffee Shop is located at the intersection of Route 66 and Ponderosa Parkway. Arizona Surveying provided construction staking services for all phases of the project. Services included verifying the boundary shown on the construction documents, establishing construction control points and coordinating with the project Engineer ensure an accurate vertical datum was established for the project. Throughout the duration…read more →

Historic Chevelon Creek Bridge Restoration

Historic Chevelon Creek Bridge Restoration

According to the state’s Historic Bridge Inventory, the Chevelon Creek Bridge is “one of Arizona’s most historically and technologically important spans and was the first truss ever built by the state and was designed, fabricated and erected by a nationally important bridge firm.” It was built over 100 years ago when the newly-formed state legislature appropriated $5,500 from the State…read more →