Specifications include, but are not limited to: Task 1: Project Kick-off
The consultant will convene a project kick-off meeting to discuss the goals and objectives of the
municipality and define the project development process. The VTrans project supervisor will be
a participant in this meeting and will provide an overview of the typical project development
schedule for locally managed projects. The Consultant will discuss the project schedule and
arrange to collect all information relevant to the project, including all existing project files,
underground utility information, tax maps of the affected properties, etc. The consultant will
coordinate and schedule this meeting and take notes to document the discussions and decisions
made and to distribute to parties of interest.
Task 2: Topographic Survey and Base Mapping
2.1: Right-of-Way and Deed Information
The consultant is to develop a base map that shows the approximate limits of the existing
Right-of-Way. The municipality will provide available roadway plans, land records,
property deeds and tax maps on file for the properties within the project limits. The
purpose will be to document the property lines and owners within the project limits for
subsequent Right-of-Way use. This right of way and property information will be
compiled and presented on the plans.
2.2: Utility Location
The consultant shall identify all existing overhead and underground utilities that may be
affected by project construction and depict their location on project plans.
2.3: Ground Survey
The consultant will perform the topographic survey for this project in general accordance
with VTrans survey guidelines and requirements. The survey will include enough
information to design, permit, acquire Right-of-Way and construct the project.