Ft. Lupton Bridge
Ehrhart Land Surveying was chosen by Loris & Associates, Inc. to provide all control and topographic surveying services required to map part of the Platte River at the intersection of State Highway 52 & State Highway 85 in Fort Lupton, Colorado, for a pedestrian bridge project. We utilized a combination of dual-frequency GPS technology as well as conventional surveying to map the river, its banks and surrounding areas including a detailed survey of the existing Hwy 52 bridge. The survey complied with CDOT standards and included a CDOT control map in the submittals.
South Boulder Canon Ditch

Ehrhart Land Surveying was chosen by the South Boulder Canon Ditch Company to provide all boundary and topographic surveying and civil engineering services required to locate and map a 10 mile segment of the ditch running cross country from a point south of State Highway 36 to Erie Lake at State Highway 287. We utilized dual-frequency GPS technology to locate the ditch and tie into public land monuments. Ten headwall monuments were placed and located along the ditch.

Coal Creek Corridor

Ehrhart Land Surveying was chosen by the Town of Erie to provide all boundary surveying required to locate, map, and describe a segment of Coal Creek south of Old Town. We provided a legal description which defined the right-of-way which would be an important step in establishing the Coal Creek Corridor as an essential greenway through the heart of the town's development. IS, Inc. utilized dual-frequency GPS technology to locate the creek and tie into public land monuments.

Mount Pleasant Cemetery

Ehrhart Land Surveying was chosen by the Town of Erie to provide all surveying required to map the Mount Pleasant Cemetery, which was started in 1882 in its current location on the top of the hill overlooking Erie and the Front Range. Initially, we performed a Land Survey Plat on the exterior boundary of the survey, which revealed a 20 percent increase in land ownership outside the fenced property. We located existing plots and reconciled discrepancies with existing maps. The project culminated in a replat of existing and available plots and the physical monumentation of plots to assist with future layout of graves.

Northfield Commons

Ehrhart Land Surveying was chosen by Coast to Coast Residential Development to provide all surveying for this smart-built neighborhood, with a wide mix of housing elements, on a 22-acre infill site in northeast Boulder. The project includes Townhouses, Row-House Condominiums and Single Family Houses in a 78-Lot Subdivision containing a total of 120 condominium units and 18 houses. Ehrhart Land Surveying provided Condominium Maps, Foundation Location Certificates, Improvement Location Certificates, and layout services for 48 buildings. Northfield Commons Site

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