Our team of survey professionals develop accurate base maps for both internal and external client teams. These maps incorporate terrestrial, bathymetric, 3-dimensional scanning and other measurement techniques to create plans which can be used for a variety of purposes. One of the department’s core strengths is working with clients to define the level of detail is needed for the end-use of the mapping product, which minimizes cost while maximizing value to our clients.
ACT also offers mapping solutions that make use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) which harness the capabilities of traditional survey data collection and remote sensing techniques. This combination allows for a better understanding of spatial relationships, safer and more efficient field work and mapping deliverables, and enhanced data management capabilities. Whether it is a Boundary Survey, Bathymetric Survey, Environmental Monitoring measurements, Construction Layout calculations, Flood Modeling, Volumetric Survey, ALTA Land Title Surveys, Remote Sensing, or other measurement task, our survey team has done it.
Palmyra Cove Nature Park The Palmyra Cove Nature Park consists of approximately 300+ acres along the Delaware River south of the Tacony-Palmyra Bridge. … CONTINUE »
Ellsworth Center Redevelopment … CONTINUE »
Princeton Theological Seminary ACT prepared a Stormwater Management Master Plan for the residential campus of the Princeton Theological Seminary in preparation for redevelopment … CONTINUE »
Trenton Waterfront Park As part of Trenton’s waterfront redevelopment program along the Delaware River, ACT Engineers designed the Waterfront Plaza and Riverwalk. This waterfront development project is an 8 acre linear park … CONTINUE »
Washington Boulevard Pocket Park Washington Boulevard Pocket Park was designed to meet the needs of the neighboring residents. The project concept design was a collaborative effort between the residents of the adjacent townhouse … CONTINUE »
Washington Crossing Bridge As part of the Rehabilitation team, ACT Engineers was responsible for topographic survey, base mapping, wetland delineation, stake-out, permitting and coordination with multiple stakeholders … CONTINUE »