UPI is ready to meet all challenges with unsurpassed quality. Our survey services give you the most proficient, comprehensive and conclusive data possible. Data collection becomes usable information to increase your design quality and decision-making process, which improves your bottom line.
With more than 58 years of survey experience rooted in pipeline survey, UPI has built a renowned reputation for technological innovation and exceptional client service. We have one of the largest assembled groups of survey talent. Crew personnel include CAD technicians, GIS analysts, designers, engineers, geodesists and licensed Professional Land Surveyors in more than 35 states. This highly experienced team utilizes the latest tools and technology to deliver survey data and deliverables to your specifications.
We help you see the reality of your vision. UPI has surveyed more than 100,000 miles of pipeline including well locations, routing and preliminary pipeline survey. Our expertise also extends into as-built, operations and maintenance projects to ensure cost management and asset integrity. We deploy the most advanced technology supported by a wealth of experience. Beyond that, we have developed tools and processes to facilitate the transparency and accountability that today’s market demands.
Pipeline Survey Services Include:
- Well and pad locations
- Preliminary survey for pipeline routing
- Boundary survey
- Easement survey
- Lease roads
- Retention ponds
- Route maps
- Permit drawings
- Alignment sheets
- HDD and bore drill diagrams
- Regulatory support
- Web-based progress and status reporting
- Custom and commercial-off-the-shelf data model construction
No matter where we are deployed in the world, our rigorous safety program ensures that our teams execute safely from the pipeline trench to the desktop. We possess the unparalleled expertise and project-proven success that stands up to the rigors of the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) audit process, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) approval matrix, as well as state and local regulatory entities.