Route surveys and construction

a pocket and reference book with tables for the survey, design, and construction of highways, railways, airways, tramways, beltways, canals, flumes, levees, pipe lines, transmission lines, and other route constructions for students, professional engineers, construction engineers, and contractors. by Harry Rubey

Publisher: Macmillan in New York

Written in English
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Previous editions published under title: Route surveys.

SeriesEngineering surveys series.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTA551 .R8 1956
The Physical Object
Pagination282 p.
Number of Pages282
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6198761M
LC Control Number56007331
OCLC/WorldCa1655179

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Route Survey. A route survey supplies the data necessary to determine alignment, grading, and earthwork quantities for the design and construction of various engineering projects such as roads, railroads, pipelines, and utilities. When accuracy matters.

The preliminary survey is a detailed study of posed route, establishes levels, records topo- a route tentatively selected on the basis of graphy, and plots results. It also determines.

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Highway construction surveys are particularly concerned with areas where dirt must be moved, noting to what level and grade. A route survey is a data collection operation to gather information about the proposed route of a roadway, utility pipe, or railway.

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The survey also includes elevations on National Geodetic Survey (NGS) or United States Geodetic Survey (USGS) datum necessary to locate grades, culverts, bridges, and to compute excavation quantities. To ensure proper accounting for each of the various surveying tasks involved with route surveys, the correct coding must always be used.

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Route surveys (horizontal and vertical alignment) C. Topographic surveys (e.g., surface and underground) D. Leveling Methods (e.g., differential, trigonometric) E. Horizontal and vertical datums F. Aerial photogrammetry.

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Chapter 2 Conventional Surveying Equipment and Supplies Chapter 3 Field Survey Classifications Chapter 4 Field Survey Procedures Chapter 5 Transferring Survey Data to CADD Chapter 6 Survey Types Chapter 7 Field Book Compilation, Format, and Recordings Chapter 8 Global Positing Surveys Chapter 9 Laser Scanners.

Construction Staking and Site Layout Surveys Before breaking ground on a project, staking out the location of proposed structures or improvements on a property is essential.

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The surveying services typically consist of base planimetric surveys for design engineering, topographies, boundary surveys, GPS, control monumentation, route surveys, parcel plats and legal descriptions for right-of-way or easement acquisition.

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It also shows any existing structures as they relate to the property boundaries. Abstract. Highways, railways, canals, tunnels, dams, pipelines, and transmission lines are constructed works having linear shapes classified as routes.

A unique system for expressing route geometry has developed that, once learned, can be applied without fail to this broad range of projects by all surveyors, designers, and constructors.

Highway surveys involve measuring and computing horizontal and vertical angles, elevations, and horizontal distances. The results of these surveys are used to prepare detailed plan and profile base maps of proposed roadways.

In addition, the elevations determined in the survey serve as the basis for.Main Office: Mount Aetna Rd Hagerstown, MD P: Email Us» Branch Office: 82 Worman's Mill Court, Suite G Frederick, MD P: Email Us» Branch Office.there is also a legal component to route surveys that must also be taken into account.

The lack of research into a route survey may result in subsequent problems in the design and construction phases of the roadway.

Photogrammetric Survey Photogrammetry is often used to collect data for the design of roadways. Photogrammetric surveys.