Government

DASNY Storm Resiliency Project

Richmond, Kings, Queens, Bronx, Nassau and Suffolk Counties

Project Overview

MFS Engineers & Surveyors under a sub-contract with H2M architects + engineers performed survey and geotechnical engineering services for a DASNY Storm Resiliency Project located in four NYC boroughs, and Nassau and Suffolk counties. The project involved the storm hardening/ flood proofing of 44 public buildings.

Dasny Storm Resiliency Project Mfs
Dasny Storm Resiliency Project Mfs Engineers
Richmond, Kings, Queens, Bronx, Nassau and Suffolk Counties

Project Details

MFS’ Survey Group provided topographic, utility, boundary, and NFIP Elevation Certificate surveys at each of the sites. Project control was established on site with Leica GS-15 GPS receivers configured for RTK with NYSNET. Coordinates were in NY Long Island State Plane Coordinate System (NAD83), with elevation in NAVD1988 (Geoid12B) datum.

Stats

  • Owner:
    Dormitory Authority of New York
    • Client:
      H2M Architects + Engineers

Services Provided

  • Our geotechnical engineers understand the value of providing a comprehensive yet cost effective solution. Our team can offer support throughout a project’s duration in the form of due diligence and investigational studies, preparation of recommendations and reporting, design, and construction inspections on projects of all types and complexities.
  • Our land development engineers will guide the client through the permitting process that exists at the state and local levels. The site development process consists of numerous moving parts with multiple professional disciplines helping to bring the project from concept to reality.
  • MFS provides professional land surveying services to private and public entities throughout New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. Our staff has extensive experience providing surveys for road, bridge, infrastructure, port, airport, waterfront, rail, environmental, and site development projects for the regions' federal, bi-state, state, and city agencies, as well as land developers.