Lake Placid Olympic Training Center
Client: NYS Olympic Regional Developement Authority (ORDA) | Location: North Elba, NY | Completion Date: 2019 | Services Provided: Land Surveying
Aubertine and Currier (A&C) subcontracted with JMZ Architects and Planners to provide Professional Land Surveying services associated with the NYS Olympic Regional Development Authority (ORDA) Lake Placid Olympic Training Center project, located at Old Mill Road and Church Street in Town North Elba, Essex County, New York.
A&C performed a topographic survey of approximately 18.4 acres of the ORDA Lake Placid Olympic Training Center and former Adirondack Medical Center. Services provided included the:
·Location of all improvements on site, such as buildings, parking lots, sidewalks, curbs, light poles, utility poles, etc.
·Location of visible evidence of underground and overhead utilities.
·Location of rim elevations of manhole structures, catch basins, culverts, etc.
·Location of individual trees, shrubs, and edges of large clusters.
The pinpointing of the various utilities and structures located within the project limits encompassed:
·Dig Safely New York marking out the project area for design and location of utility mark outs.
·Measuring to determine the size of pipe and elevation of underground storm and sanitary inverts.
·Notation of storm and sanitary pipe types and flow direction.
·Integration of any utility record plans, sketches, or GIS data from the respective utility companies or municipality.
A&C also performed a boundary survey of the former Adirondack Medical Center property on Church Street involving:
·Legal research for the subject parcel and each adjacent parcel to it.
·Contacting of any surveyors that may have performed a boundary survey adjacent to the premises and obtaining a copy of said survey.
·A field survey to locate boundary line evidence, potential encroachments, and any visible above ground improvements (e.g., driveways, fences, and buildings).
·Constructing a boundary line determination of the subject parcel based upon the current and form deeds, filed survey maps, and boundary line evidence.
·Setting 5/8 inch rebar with cap where possible, and Mag Nails in paved areas at all unmarked property corners.
·Preparing a boundary survey map, showing all located boundary line evidence, set property corners, property improvements, adjoining roads, and any possible encroachments.
A topographic survey map of the project area was then prepared by a Professional Land Surveyor in accordance with The Code of Practice of The New York State Association of Professional Land Surveyors. All mapping was delivered in AutoCAD 2017 format, and referenced horizontally to the NYS Plane Grid Coordinate System NAD83, and vertically to NAVD88.