• Corporate HQ, NY
  • Melville, NY
  • Iselin, NJ
  • Ossining, NY
  • Mount Laurel, NJ

Johnson Avenue Mobile LiDAR


 


HAKS’ Survey and Mapping group is processing data that it collected using Mobile LiDAR for a 5-mile project on Johnson Avenue in Suffolk County. The corridor is being mapped as part of a project to design a new force main in the roadway. HAKS’ survey crews established primary horizontal and vertical survey control utilizing global positioning systems. This included points along the route at intervals of approximately 750 feet and at every intersection that is visible to the scanning device. Collecting the points with the scanner allows our technicians to accurately map the topography of the corridor and the intersecting streets, including curb lines, buildings, trees, street lighting, traffic signals, and overhead wires. Our surveyors are also employing electromagnetic locators and ground penetrating radar to detect and mark the location of underground utilities in the bed of the road.