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Queens Botanical Garden Pedestrian Pathway System

Queens, New York<br style='line-height:2px'>New York City Department of Design and Construction

HAKS provided topographic survey services for the construction of a garden-wide pedestrian pathway system at the Queens Botanical Garden in Flushing for the New York City Department of Design and Construction. Surveyors prepared topographic surveys of the pedestrian pathways that surround the facility’s Meadow, Bee Garden, Annual Garden, Floral Border, Rose Garden, Perennial Garden, Ornamental Grass Garden, Backyard Garden, Wetland & Woodland Garden, Pinetum, Circle Garden, Cherry Circle, Fragrance Walk, Oak Allée, Wedding Garden and Education Building, with its own HSBC Children’s Garden. The survey area covered more than 14 acres and over 7,500 linear feet of pathways. 

We provided two field crews, two CAD drafters, one survey analyst, and one survey manager for the project. CAD drafters prepared six original sets of final drawings that detailed site pathways, elevations, encroachments, projections, encumbrances, and on-site sewers and utilities, including manholes, catch basins, sanitary and storm water sewer pipes, gas lines, water mains, electric utilities and telephone lines.