Capital Programs Management Group (CPM)

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Effective: 11/7/2006

Revised: 5/2007

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CPM 319: Survey Requirements

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Purpose

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To establish consistency in the delivery, analysis, and implementation of all survey control data

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Source

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Arizona Revised Statutes § 33–132

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Applicability

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Facilities owned or leased by the university; all deliverable surveys; all ALTA surveys

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Policy

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All surveys shall be performed using State Plane Coordinates, Arizona Central Zone 0202, NAD 83 (1992), and NAVD 88. Survey shall show a tie to “1BH1” data below.D

Station Designation 4-Letter Station ID Maricopa Unique Designation
(MUD)
WGS-84
Latitude
WGS-84
Longitude
1BH1 1BH1 516 33 25
15.5704 N
111 56
59.59589 W



NAD 83
Northing
(Meters)
NAD 83
Easting
(Meters)
NAD 83
Northing
(Int-Feet)
NAD 83
Easting
(Int-Feet)
268438.811 210270.520 880704.760 689863.911



WGS-84
Ellipsoid
(Meters)
WGS-84
Ellipsoid
(Int-Feet)
NAVD 88
Elevation
(Meters)
NAVD 88
Elevation
(Int-Feet)
322.157 1056.946 351.863 1154.406



This point is located at Mitchell School. The school is located at 900 S. Mitchell Drive in Tempe. It is approximately .6 miles from the western edge of the Tempe campus.

(Contact University Facilities Records Management at 480/965–6903 for information.)

The following checklist is to be completed by the owner and provided to the surveyor prior to the collection of survey data. It is meant as a general guideline and any deviations or concerns shall be addressed to the owner by the surveyor for further clarification.

Yes No Data to be Included in Survey Comments
    Boundary Survey

A. Land or Boundary Survey to meet the minimum technical standards for surveying in the State of Arizona determining the perimeters of a parcel or tract of land defined by a property description supplied by the owner, also to include locations of fixed improvements, evidence of visible rights-of-way or easements, visible encroachments, establishing or re-establishing corners with a certified drawing depicting the results of said survey.

To the extent possible, based upon information provided to the surveyor by the owner or by readily accessible means. If more exact research and information are needed, the owner will so stipulate.
    Topographic Survey

A. Survey of the natural and selected man-made features of a part of the earth’s surface by remote sensing and/or ground measurements to determine horizontal and vertical spatial relations. (Photogrammetric services may be used if utilization of this method has been agreed upon and is included in the contract for services.)

 
    B. Contours at 1' intervals; error factor shall not exceed one-half contour interval.  
    C. Spot elevations of grade at each intersection of a 50-foot-square grid covering the property. Spot elevations on paving or other hard surface shall be to the nearest .05', or other surfaces to the nearest .10'.  
    D. Additional spot elevations at street intersections, tops of curbs, and centerline of roads.  
    E. Vertical Control datum shall be stated in the general notes, including a description of the benchmark upon which the survey is based.  
    F. Finished floor elevations for all structures/buildings, typically identified at a point immediately inside the threshold of the main entrance to the building. (Other floor elevations may be requested in addition to those typically furnished.)  
    Specific Purpose Survey

A. To be performed without the need to establish a boundary.

 
    B. Roads, drives, streets—to the extent possible based upon available information; note name, jurisdiction, type of pavement, right of way.  
    C. Sidewalks, walls, fences, and all fixed improvements.  
    D. Visible (on the surface) evidence of utility rights-of-way/easements.  
    E. Locations of all visible utilities, including but not limited to, light standards, power poles, telephone poles, fire hydrants, manholes, traffic signal standards, valves, meters, vents, miscellaneous sign standards, pedestals, spigots, pad-mounted transformers, electrical switch pads, etc.  
    F. Location, sizes, type of pipe, and inverts of all sanitary sewer and storm drain systems within the scope of this project. Note inverts of pipes into and out of structures and rim elevation.  
    G. Locations of underground utilities as marked on the ground by University Services’ Blue Stake Department. Surveyor is to request utility locations at least four days in advance of fieldwork.  
    H. Buildings/structures—label with common names of the buildings.  
    I. Trees of 3' and over (caliper 3' above ground), note size and species in common terms.  
    J. Planting strips.  
    K. Locations of test borings, if ascertainable at time of survey.  
    L. When applicable, building line and setback requirements if any. Zoning classification.  
    Deliverables

A. Drawing shall be on 24" x 36" or 30" x 42" sheets with 1 1/2" left binding edge and 1/2" borderlines, unless otherwise specified.

 
    B. Scale is 1" = 20', unless otherwise specified. Include graphic scale and north arrow. Provide legend of symbols and abbreviations used on drawings.  
    C. Furnish three prints, unless otherwise specified, of each drawing. The licensed land surveyor shall sign and seal each drawing and certify it in accordance with State of Arizona minimum technical standards for surveying.  
    D. Include topographic and utility information, where required, on the same drawing.  
    E. Provide a digital file of survey on CD in AutoCAD version 2004 or later, including all points.  

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