Asnuntuck Community College, home to a student population of approximately 3,000, recently underwent a major renovation to improve its associate and certificate program offerings. Fuss & O’Neill provided survey and traffic services to support the renovation.
To support the new Manufacturing Technology Center, we performed a topographic and utility survey of the entire 36-acre campus. Local land records, as well as our own records from previous work on campus, were used for mapping, title, and utility information.
To facilitate a new gas line for the site, we provided easement services in the form of an easement map, a legal description, and a recordable mylar. We updated existing site plans based on our field survey work of the newly renovated area.
Field survey identified the following boundary and topographic features: walls, fences, treelines, hedge rows, buildings, finish floors of the buildings, driveways, edge of roads, edge of parking, top and bottom of curbs, walks, and plantings.
Field survey identified the following boundary and topographic features: large individual trees, visible signs of utilities, top of frame and invert elevations of storm and sanitary sewers, manholes, water gates, gas gates, electric and telephone handholes, poles, signs, and lights.