ALL PRO USA made their way to Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania for a project that required the documentation of a neighborhood that would be under going the replacement of the water mains that serviced it. The contractor that hired us for this project was Ankiewicz Enterprises. For this documentation we were asked to survey the road surfaces, curbs, driveways, residences, and other parts of the neighborhood that would be impacted by the project that the contractor was undertaking. In terms of scale ALL PRO USA has completed several projects similar to this particular one. For planning we utilized the plans provided by the contractor to carefully review all of the areas that would need to be documented. A two person team tackled this job utilizing state of the art video cameras and our RAM 1500 truck.
The Contractor required detailed documentation of the road surfaces that made up the neighborhood. To complete this documentation the team mounted the video camera to the RAM 1500 truck and crawled between two to five miles per hour along the streets. Safety was a number one priority for the team and is always at the top of our list when we start to work through documenting a project. The team was wearing high visibility vests and hats throughout the completion of the project. Although they were not required for this particular project we had hard hats with us in the truck should they become a necessity. In addition to the PPE that the team was wearing the truck was clearly marked with lights and magnetic markings on the tailgate to make it clearly visible to any one traveling the roads being documented. Also the reason for the two person team was to allow one of the members to focus on the operation of the vehicle and the other member to focus on the operation of the camera to ensure that the shot is what the contractor required. All of this particular project was able to be captured using the camera on the truck since the curbs and driveways did not have cars parked in front of them.