Rand Hill Road over Meade Brook - Bridge Replacement
Client: Clinton County | Location: West Plattsburgh, NY | Completion Date: 2015 | Services Provided: Land Surveying
Aubertine and Currier completed the topographic survey and mapping of the Rand Hill Road Bridge (BIN 3336060) over Meade Brook for the design and construction of a new bridge as part of a locally funded project in Clinton County. Aubertine and Currier was a sub-consultant to Stantec Consulting Services, Inc. The project area consisted of surveying approximately a 1,000 foot corridor, 100 foot wide, centered on Rand Hill Road from the intersection of Catherine Hayes Road to Bracken Road.
The project site is unique as there is an existing spillway immediately upstream of the bridge and a wall system adjacent to each abutment. The masonry spillway walls continue under the roadway and behind the concrete bridge abutments. The intent of the design is to replace the bridge behind the existing abutments and wall system. The tops of existing spillway walls will be removed as required to accommodate the replacement superstructure and future inspection with the wall system remaining in place.
The topographic surveying and mapping consisted of surveying and mapping all existing features within the project area, including the road, bridge, spillway and wall system, underground and overhead utilities, signs, buildings, vegetation, and driveways. A&C prepared a topographic survey map showing topographic information at 1 foot contours along with all improvements. Approximate Right of Way lines and property lines were included in the mapping based upon Clinton County GIS Tax Maps. A&C completed a survey control plan and tie sheets for all survey control points.
The topographic survey and mapping was completed to NYSDOT standards and specifications and is referenced horizontally the North American Datum of 1983 (NAD83) and vertically the North American Vertical Datum of 1988 (NAVD88).