The New York State Office of Parks proposed to purchase the 44-acre Chautauqua Midway (amusement) Park on Chautauqua Lake. Fisher prepared a final boundary survey, a legal description of the property, and a report of survey to aid in the purchase of the property. After the purchase, Fisher performed a topographic survey of the amusement park to be used as the basis for future improvements.
Fisher Associates prepared dozens of right-of-way, topographic and utility surveys for the Combined Sewer Outflow Management Program (CSO) in the city of Syracuse, NY. To separate combined storm water and sanitary sewers, Fisher prepared detailed surveys to depict storm water runoff and drainage characteristics. Important site features were captured including all sanitary and storm sewer structures, roadways and utilities such as electric/natural gas/telephone/water/fiber optic. This information was compiled with utility records utilizing the "Dig Safely New York Program" and provided in AutoCAD and 3D digital terrain models. Property lines and street right-of-ways were determined and mapped.
Fisher Associates provided boundary, topographic and utility surveying services to assist with the design, engineering and construction of "Green" improvements to five Onondaga County (NY) libraries focusing on stormwater management
and runoff reduction features. Detailed topographic survey depicted natural drainage characteristics and existing underground utility services. Surveyors worked closely with the client and library facility managers to inspect and locate utility services as they entered/exited the buildings. This information was compiled with utility records research utilizing the "Dig Safely New York Program". To assist with construction, property lines were surveyed and clearly marked.
Fisher's provided comprehensive topographic, utility and boundary survey and site design services for this $35M Rochester City School District Facilities Modernization renovation. Building additions resulted in reduced parking requiring redesign of parking facilities and new parking added on acquired adjacent parcels. Our design provided new water services and storm/sanitary sewer connections. We prepared the Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan, addressed regulatory water quality/quantity concerns and researched street/boundary line information.