- Why Costello
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Costello employs highly trained surveying professionals that have vast experience covering all aspects of surveying for residential, commercial, municipal, and roadway projects. Our expertise includes boundary surveys, topographic design surveys, platting, construction staking, and final as-built surveys. We also have extensive experience in performing roadway layouts, right-of-way mapping, and design surveys, including aerial mapping control surveys for TxDOT.
We maintain a wide range of state-of-the-art surveying equipment including global positioning system (GPS) receivers, robotic total stations, electronic total stations, digital levels, geographic information systems (GIS), and other specialized equipment and software. Utilized software includes MicroStation, GeoPak, Trimble Business Center, Datugram 3D, and ArcGIS.
Surveying Services include:
- GPS Control Surveys
- Horizontal and Vertical Control Surveys
- Real-time GPS Surveying and Mapping
- Topographic Surveying and Mapping
- Right-of-Way Surveying and Mapping
- ALTA/ASCM and TSPS Boundary Surveys
- Utility Surveys
- Construction Surveys and Staking
- Engineering Design Surveys
- Research and Computer Mapping
- Landfill and Environmental Surveys
- Hydrographic Surveys
- FEMA Elevation Surveys
- Subdivision Platting
- As-Built Surveys
DPISD Stadium & Admin. Bldg.
Costello performed boundary and topographic surveys on an 11-acre site for the proposed administration building stadium improvements for Deer Park ISD. The scope included establishing the existing property boundaries and easements, and locating all buildings, adjacent street pavement, parking lots, sidewalks, storm sewer, sanitary sewer, utilities, fences, trees, pipelines, and detention pond. The survey was performed to support design and construction of a new administration building and improvements to both stadium entrances.
Houston ISD Peck Elementary
Costello performed boundary and topographic survey of an existing elementary school site, approximately 7.2 acres in size. The scope included establishing the existing property boundaries and easements, and locating all buildings, adjacent street pavement, parking lots, sidewalks, utilities, fences, trees, playgrounds, and track. The survey was performed to support the design and re-construction of the school.
IH-45 at Tellepsen
Costello performed design and hydrology surveys in support of an investigation to evaluate and quantify the amount of storm water runoff entering the existing storm water pump station (and surrounding drainage areas) within the Brays Bayou watershed. Lane closures were required along the feeder lanes due to the confined working area and traffic flow. Manhole and inlet details, pavement cross-sections, and bayou cross-sections were collected to support the modeling of the hydraulic system. The intersection includes depressed feeder lanes, elevated main lanes, and a railroad line crossing at grade.