Surveying land goes beyond the thought of solely using the property to build a pipeline. Actually, our plan is to bury parallel to 40% of the existing utility corridors to decrease construction.
When planning new facilities, surveying ensures we take into account the vegetation, endangered species, waterways and cultural and historic sites so Chickahominy Pipeline can protect these resources for future generations.
During surveying, we try to minimize the duration and number of visits for the comfort of the landowner. Not to mention, we will not survey until we have your permission.
Want to learn more about surveys? Find our Survey Permission and Understanding Surveys information that landowners received below.