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About APS Survey & Mapping, LLC
APS Survey and Mapping, LLC was created to meet the increasing needs of Northwest clients for full-service boundary, topographic and utility mapping. We provide our services utilizing state-of-the art technology.

In addition to our cutting edge resources, we understand the intricacy of project management. Our unique ability to provide innovative project solutions sets us apart from other surveying companies. Controlling budget, quality and timelines is essential. That is why more companies are turning to APS.

Equipment Spotlight
Our Leica (Cyra) 3D High Definition Survey HDS 3000 enables us to collect up to 40,000 field observations (Northing, Easting, Elevation) per minute. The resulting field survey captures everything within the view up to 250 feet. This has enabled us to provide amazing detail to our clients, and the ability to ask questions after the survey is completed.
Project Spotlight
Fort Lewis Projects, Fort Lewis, Washington. In March of 2008, APS Surveying & Mapping was selected by HDR Engineering to survey and map several sites within Fort Lewis, WA. The survey consisted of detailed surveys of eleven separate sites to include trees, utilities (as-builts, locate paint, and potholes), structures, improvements (sidewalks, retaining walls, and parking), roadways (centerline, curbs, and flowlines), signs, ground breaks and landscaping. The sites varied in size from 20-acres to 1.4-acres, with a total in excess of 100-acres. The sites varied from wooded areas to fully developed sites. In order to provide the magnitude of this project, APS Surveying & Mapping took more than 9000 individual observations, to include 746 storm structures, 2691 trees and 446 water structures. The subsurface locates (completed by an outside company) were coordinated by APS Surveying & Mapping; in order to preserve paint marks during on-going, active construction and rain. Because the sites were separate; APS created a control network using our Trimble 5700 GPS units to leave two primary control points on each site. The network was based on a fast static Second Order Class II GPS method. All the mapping was completed in 38 days, two weeks ahead of schedule. The mapping was on Corps of Engineer Sheets, using the Seattle Districtís level/layering schema in AutoDESK 2008.

"One of the reasons we have been successful is our ability to scope jobs with very
little information.
Clients appreciate
our expertise."

- Tyler J. Sweet, PLS, Principal

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