The Harding to Royer Bike Trail project extended the existing Miner's Ravine Trail from Harding Boulevard to Lincoln Street in Downtown Roseville with on-street connections to Royer Park.
ANDREGG GEOMATICS was tasked with topographic mapping along a 5500± lf by 250± lf wide corridor for the proposed bike path. The mapping included a proposed bridge structure crossing of Antelope Creek. Field survey and office support to prepare a topographic survey along the proposed route, including the following existing roadways, sidewalks, all utilities, manholes, fences, drainage swales, all trees 6” or larger dbh, cross-sections of creek at crossing.
Supplemental topographic surveys at additional sites were performed at the request of the Project Engineer. A map was prepared at a scale of 1”=30’ with 1-foot contour intervals. Field survey and office support to create a project LandNet of the entire project for use in creating easements as directed by the Project Engineer.