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Allan L. Sampson, L.S.

Hopewell Valley Engineering, PC (HVE) is pleased to announce that
Allan L. Sampson, L.S. has joined the firm as the Survey Department Manager.

Allan has had an impressive 27 year career as a land surveyor and is well versed in the following:

• ALTA/ACSM Surveys
• Route Surveys
• Construction Surveying
• Subdivision Plan Preparation
• Topographic and Boundary Surveying
• Wetland Surveying
• Riparian Surveying

He has been responsible for the completion of many large rail station surveys as well as construction stakeout for residential, commercial, school and hospital projects. Allan also spent 16 months at Bagram Airfield in Afganistan performing surveys in support of engineering design for office buildings, barracks, roads and hangers.

Please contact Allan for all of your survey needs. As always, Allan and all of the staff at HVE are ready to help you meet the needs of your next project.

 

 

 

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Ceva Lake Dam, The College Of NJ

Hopewell Valley Engineering, PC (HVE) prepared a Topographic Survey and Shoreline and Dam Restoration plans for this project. The work included the restoration of the failing Ceva Lake Dam and eroding shoreline by removing and replacing the existing primary spillway, raising the top of the dam and providing a new gabion mattress emergency spillway.

HVE provided construction inspection services during the construction of the improvements. An updated Operation and Maintenance Manual and Emergency Action Plan was prepared for the newly improved dam.

Please contact this office if you need surveying and engineering work done on your next project.

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Russ Smith

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Queenston Commons Bank Restoration Project

Hopewell Valley Engineering, PC (HVE) prepared a Topograhic Survey, Wetlands Location Plan and Stream Bank Restoration Plans for the Queenston Commons community located in Princeton, New Jersey.

This project consisted of stabilizing a portion of the bank/channel area along Harry’s Brook within the Queenston Commons residential development.

The Harry’s Brook stream bank/channel had eroded and was beginning to encroach upon several existing trees. Further erosion of the berm would have impacted an existing residential unit located immediately adjacent to the stream. This project restored the bank area within the applicant’s property limits.

The contractor installed the soil and covered it with erosion control fabric and coconut fiber rolls along the edge of the waterway. Herbaceous plugs and grass have been planted and will be maintained by the contractor.

Please contact this office if you need surveying and engineering work done on your next project.

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Russ Smith

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Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Program

Hopewell Valley Engineering, PC was responsible for the construction management, inspection and administration for this federally funded Safe Routes to School project in Pennington Borough, Mercer County.

The project included the construction of safety related improvements to three intersections. Curbing was re-aligned and flashing signals for pedestrian crosswalks were installed. Drainage improvements, landscaping and new handicapped accessible ramps were also installed.

Please contact this office if you need surveying and engineering work done on your next project.


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Russ Smith