ConnDOT: Office of Surveys

Office of Surveys

 Survey Operations

Survey Operations is a division of the Department of Transportationís Office of Construction. There are five locations throughout the state that surveyors work from and where survey information is available. They are Central Surveys (Newington HQ Building), District 1 (Rocky Hill), District 2 (Norwich), District 3 (New Haven) and District 4 (Thomaston). Survey sections include boundary, geodetic, location / photogrammetry, and construction disciplines and are staffed by a cadre of Licensed Land Surveyors.

Survey Operations provide support for construction and design projects as well as providing mapping and surveying services for the Offices of Rights of Way, Maintenance, the Bureaus of Policy & Planning, Aviation & Ports and Public Transportation. The departmentís survey offices also maintain Right of Way mapping for the stateís highway boundaries, geodetic control points, state and town line data along with ancient highway and turnpike records.

Requests for additional information should be addressed to:

Robert J. Baron, P.L.S.
Manager of Survey Operations
Phone: (860) 594-2509 

Fax: (860) 569-2678

 

ConnDOT, Central Surveys

2800 Berlin Turnpike

P.O. BOX 317546

Newington, CT 06131-7546 

 

Office of Survey Divisions

 

Central Surveys (Manages All 4 Districts Plus Geodetic Section)

 

Town List (To See Which District Your Town Is In Select Here)

 

 

 

District 1 - Rocky Hill

 

District 2 - Norwich

 

District 3 - New Haven

 

District 4 - Thomaston

 

 

Survey Manuals

 

Location Manual (Bureau Of Highways) (pdf 3.4 mb)

 

ConnDOT Major Traffic Generator And District Permit Mapping  (pdf 632  kb)

 

The Connecticut Coordinate System (pdf 1.8 mb)

 

Policies And Procedures For Property Maps (pdf 1.8mb)

 

Specifications For Aerial Photography And Photogrammetry  (pdf 1.1 mb)

 

Specifications For Checking Photgrammetric Mapping (pdf 0.5)

 

Digital Mapping Symbols For Survey (September 2003)  (pdf 173kb)

Grid and Eleveation Factors  (pdf 781 kb)

 

 

 

 

 

Available Information

 

CGS Cards (Available in every district & central surveys)

 

Right Of Way Maps (Each district has their towns. Central Surveys has the entire state.)

 

History of Milestone Markers (pdf 1 mb)

 

Railroad Mapping Index (From State Library And Uconn)  (pdf 22 kb)

 

State Tables Of Magnetic Declination (pdf 173 kb)

 

State Line Perambulation (1997)

 

Survey Instrument Calibration Baseline Ranges

 

 

Related Links

 

National Geodetic Survey (NGS)
   http://www.ngs.noaa.gov/

 

Federal Govít Information Sources (Assorted Survey Sites)
   http://www.lsrp.com/fed_info.html

 

Connecticut Association Of Land Surveyors
   http://www.ctsurveyor.com

 

Aerial Photograghy
   http://terraserver.homeadvisor.msn.com/

   http://maps.live.com

   http://earth.google.com

 

Quadrangle Sheets
   http://www.topozone.com

 

Additional Mapping Links
   http://mapping.usgs.gov/partners/viewonline.html

 

 

 

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Updated 10/28/09