Land Surveying


Accura is serving as the prime contractor on a multi-year ID/IQ contract with the US Navy to provide land surveying services. For the first task order, Accura provided provided boundary and mapping services at the Townsend Bombing Range in Georgia, which included an area with six parcels encompassing approximately 19,000 acres.  


Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.
Southside Trail
Atlanta, GA

Accura delivered ALTA/NSPS Land Title Surveys for 30 parcels   along or adjacent along a 4.5-mile abandon CSX Transportation (CSXT) rail corridor about 2 miles south and east of downtown Atlanta between of Murphy Avenue and Glenwood Road. Numerous roads cross the alignment including US 19/41, I-75/85 and SR 54. Accura began the project by establishing project control referencing the 1983/94 North American Datum and the 1988 North American Vertical Datum. Accura also collected topographic and utility data along the corridor. Terrestrial static LiDAR scanning was used to collect data under the I-75/85 bridge.Beltline

The survey was complicated by the railroad having been abandoned and the rails removed, or original rails removed and replaced by rail not centered or related to the original right-of-way. Also, the original railroad deeds were granted in the late 1890s. The survey required the reconstruction of the CSX and the adjoining owner's property requiring the resolution of numerous conflicts.