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Spectra Energy – Algonquin Incremental Market (AIM) Project

Spectra Energy - Algonquin Incremental Market (AIM) Project

The Algonquin Incremental Market (AIM) project is planned to upgrade the pipeline capacity in the Northeast. LRC’s roll in this project is to provide survey support for the design, permitting and construction of several meter stations and compression stations in the project area. To date existing conditions surveys were prepared on five (5) compression stations and twenty-six (26) meter stations ...
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CT DEEP– Property Survey for Mattatuck State Forest

CT DEEP– Property Survey for Mattatuck State Forest

LRC was responsible for managing and preparation of an 445 acre property survey of the Mattatuck State Forest in Litchfield, Connecticut. The site is located in the eastern part of Litchfield with very changeling terrain. Responsibilities include property research, boundary monumentation recovery, establishing ground control, locating boundaries and setting monuments at missing property corners with iron pins. Office preparations include ...
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Springfield Water and Sewer Commission — AECOM Springfield, MA

Springfield Water and Sewer Commission — AECOM Springfield, MA

LRC was responsible for mapping a 700 acre portion of the city for a federal mandated storm water and sanitary sewer separation project. LRC was responsible for mapping a portion of the northwest corner of the city at a one foot contour interval. The initial survey included mapping the roadways, buildings and developing contours for a sewer study. The ground ...
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Northeast Utilities & Long Island Power Authority Northport, Long Island, New York

Northeast Utilities & Long Island Power Authority Northport, Long Island, New York

As part of the Long Island Replacement Cable (LIRC) project LRC has an on-going contract to monitor the geotextile rock mattresses that were installed in the summer of 2010. During the installation process LRC staked the mattress locations which are required to protect the cross sound cables where they are exposed or not buried to the required depth. The allowable tolerance from staked position to installed position was 0.5 feet. When taking into account the tides and currents in the area a SCUBA diver was required during the staking process.
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Northeast Utilities & Long Island Power Authority–Nexans, AS Connecticut & New York

Northeast Utilities & Long Island Power Authority–Nexans, AS Connecticut & New York

March through April of 2010, The LRC Group partnered with iSurvey of Asker, Norway to oversee and prepare an as-built survey of the three newly installed Long Island Replacement Cable (LIRC) running from Norwalk, CT to Northport, Long Island N Y . The project ran approximately eleven miles and required the use of a Submersible Remote Operated V ehicle (RO ...
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National Grid — Rolta International, Inc Rhode Island

National Grid — Rolta International, Inc Rhode Island

LRC was responsible for managing all ground survey and processing of global positioning system (GPS) data. Project included surveying and establishing elevations and coordinates on 75 picture points throughout the towns of North Smithfield, W oonsocket, Cumberland, Lincoln, Pawtucket & North Providence. Ground control used for a basis to map 96 square miles for Gas mapping. Project planning included preparing ...
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