Point of Beginning

I-69 survey work starting on Monday in Greene, Daviess counties

September 1, 2009
On Monday, the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) will begin land surveying work for the I-69 road construction project in Greene and Daviess counties. Work is expected to continue throughout the year by United Consulting and Certified Engineering, according to INDOT spokesman Will Wingfield.


Greene County Daily World
Friday, August 28, 2009
By Nick Schneider, Assistant Editor
 
On Monday, the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) will begin land surveying work for the I-69 road construction project in Greene and Daviess counties.

Work is expected to continue throughout the year by United Consulting and Certified Engineering, according to INDOT spokesman Will Wingfield.
 
"Surveying crews will be locating features such as buildings, trees, fences, driveways, utilities and property corners along the proposed corridor of the project. Property owners will be notified, and this work will take place in accordance with Indiana code," Winfield said.
 
The INDOT spokesman said this work is just another the preliminary phase of the I-69 project.
"There is a lot of ground to cover. It is all of Section 3 between Washington and just north of Crane," he said. "We're mapping out all of the physical features of the area and the benefit of that is it allows us to design a road where we don't have to cut a lot of hills off and also impact as few of homes and businesses as possible.
 
"It's a way for us to design a road that not only fits the criteria that we are looking for, but for an interstate highway. Also, to have as little impact on the surrounding area as we can." ...
 
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