The project directs significant new supplies of re-gasified LNG from the eastern end of the Algonquin system into high growth markets in the Northeast United States, including New England, New York, and New Jersey.
SGC was contracted to provide survey and mapping services to support Right-of-Way Acquisition, Environmental Surveys, Engineering Design, and the FERC Permit Application. SGC deployed survey and mapping staff to perform the following services:
GPS Control Surveys– The control points were surveyed using a combination of static and rapid-static GPS survey techniques. This survey formed the basis for which all subsequent surveys (i.e. Centerline, Environmental, Design, and Ownership Delineation) were based.
Centerline Survey– SGC provided up to five three-man survey crews to record the positions of the proposed alignment and other pertinent survey data along the route.
Data Processing and Management– All survey data was subjected to a comprehensive QA/QC process and a Least Squares Adjustment. Our unique approach to data collection, data management, data computation and data analysis ensures all survey and mapping data meets the project accuracy requirements.