Severna Park Gateway Village,
Anne Arundel County, Maryland
Development Facilitators, Inc. (DFI) provided survey services for the development of a mixed-use development comprising of 106,000 square feet of Residential condominium units, 45,000 square feet of Retail, and 49,000 square feet of Office use. Utilizing GPS and robotic surveying systems, DFI field crews were responsible for performing a field run boundary survey of the 12 acre site utilizing historical deed information, existing county monuments and markers and title information provided by a title attorney. In addition, DFI field crews performed a field run topographic survey of the property. As part of the survey, DFI crews ran cross-sections at 50 foot intervals of a low lying area of the site as part of a need for engineering staff to determine the limits of a 100-year floodplain traversing and encroaching upon the site. In addition, DFI crews located wetland flagging placed by an environmental consultant for purposes of identifying and verifying non-tidal wetland areas that are governed by the Maryland Department of the Environment and Army Corps of Engineers. Included in the work task for the environmental consultant, DFI located specific trees and environmental features onsite for preparation of a Forest Stand Delineation and Existing Conditions Site Plan.
DFI survey office staff was responsible for the preparation of county right-of-way dedication plats and public utility easement plats and written descriptions in accordance with County Standard Details and Specifications for public dedication to the County.
DFI survey staff prepared a Land Condominium Plat to allow for land/building units to be sold on the site. In support of the owner’s need to secure construction financing for the project, DFI prepared an ALTA/ASCM survey based upon title information provided by the owner’s title attorney. As part of the development of the site, DFI survey crews provided all construction stakeouts for the site to include, but not limited to, site grading, water and sewer main construction, storm drains, stormwater management facilities, paving, curb and gutter and building stakeouts.