Members from CS’s Orlando survey team provided survey services on a VORTAC site near the Miami International Airport.
Chastain-Skillman, Inc. (CS) was contracted to provide professional surveying services on a 153.3-acre VORTAC site located near the Miami International Airport. A VORTAC – Very High Frequency Omni-Directional Radio Range Tactical Air Navigation Aid – is a radio-based navigational aid for aircraft pilots consisting of a co-located VHF omnidirectional range and a tactical air navigation system.
CS’s scope of work included conducting office research, field coordination, and quality control measures necessary to produce an ALTA Boundary and Topographic Survey for this site.
The CS Orlando Survey Team performed an ALTA Survey on the overall 153.3-acre parcel, calculated and field staked the northern 51.7 acres and conducted a topographic survey of the northern 51.7-acre portion along with adjacent rights of way. CS was supported by High Tech Locating to provide underground utility locating using radio frequency locating equipment and ground penetrating radar.