Development Facilitators, Inc.

Development Facilitators, Inc.

DFI's Survey Division has performed surveying and mapping throughout Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia in compliance with state, local and American Congress on Surveying and Mapping/American Land Title Association standards.

  • As-Built Surveys
  • ALTA/ACSM Land Title Surveys
  • Boundary Surveys
  • Cadastral, geodetic and topographic surveys
  • Construction stakeouts
  • Experience with Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, National Geodetic Survey and local/state regulations
  • Global Positioning Systems
  • Improvement Drawings
  • Legal Descriptions
  • Metes and bounds
  • Right-of-Way Determination
  • Right-of-way plats
  • Subdivision and Condominium Plats

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On-Call Surveying Services
Baltimore County, MD

Development Facilitators, Inc. (DFI) is supplying the Baltimore County Department of Public Works with on-call surveying services.  All surveys utilize GPS and Robotic Total Stations services to aid in compliance with a Consent Decree brought forth by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Maryland Department of the Environment to eliminate sanitary sewer overflows in accordance with the Clean Water Act and water pollution control.

DFI has been and continues to be responsible for locating and documenting all gravity sewer lines that are ten inches in diameter or larger, all eight inch lines that are necessary to accurately represent flow attributable to a specific service area in any collection system sewer shed, all gravity sewer lines that convey wastewater from one pump station service area to another pump station service area, and all gravity sewer lines that have caused or contributed to capacity related sanitary sewer overflows.  This sanitary sewer collection system serves most of the citizens of Baltimore County who live inside the urban-rural demarcation line, some citizens of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties, and the facilities located at Baltimore-Washington International Airport owned by the State of Maryland.

This work also includes the preparation of maps depicting the collection system and all of its appurtenances and the location of all known sanitary sewer overflow structures, as well as all outfalls, manholes, and pump stations.  The maps generated for Baltimore County are to be updated as needed for the County to prepare and submit a Sanitary Sewer Overflow Characterization Report on an annual basis.  The surveying and maps are required to include new or corrected information identified during the prior year.