About the Project


Houston, Harris County, Texas

ALTA/NSPS Land Title, Topographic Survey, Professional Land Survey

G&AI conducted an ALTA/NSPS Land Title and Topographic Survey for a 4.5393-acre property. During the survey, G&AI accurately marked right-of-way and property boundaries, providing detailed measurements for each straight line, including length, and bearing, as well as the radius, point of tangency, and length of any curved lines. Where boundary corners lacked existing markers, G&AI set iron rods, flagged the corners, and clearly indicated on the drawings whether these corners were found or set, along with a detailed description. The survey also covered the width of adjacent streets and highways, detailing their paving material, and the distance to the nearest intersecting road. Encroachments across property or right-of-way lines were identified in both directions. G&AI also researched and listed the names of owners of adjacent properties and provided the flood zone designation for the surveyed area. G&AI also provided a separate, detailed metes and bounds description which was proofread and verified for accuracy by two Registered Professional Land Surveyors, ensuring the highest standard of precision and reliability in our survey results.

About the Project

Komatsu worked with the City of Grand Prairie to plan and design their first branch library in 2001. The City returned to Komatsu in 2016 when they wanted to renovate and enlarge the original 10,000 sq. ft. facility to 16,550 sq. ft. This project was phased in order for the library to remain occupied for as long as possible. Added square footage is dedicated to technology and new concepts in library design allowing for more program space. Construction was completed on time and on budget.

– Children’s and Adult’s Programming Areas
– 6 Staff Work Stations
– 2 Manager Offices
– 10 Computer Stations
– Self-Checkout Stations

CLIENT: City of Grand Prairie
LOCATION: Grand Prairie, TX
PROJECT TYPE: Renovation and Expansion
COMPLETED: February 2019

Amy Sprinkles, Library Director
(972) 237-8140
[email protected]

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