DDOT Wetlands

About the Project




Jacksonville, FL


+/- 6 mi.


Provided survey of wetland boundaries for future construction of water reclamation facility pipelines


  • Wetland Flagging Location
  • Topographic Survey

DDOT Wetlands

DDOT Wetlands

As part of the JEA Greenland Progressive-Design-Build Services for the Greenland Water Reclamation Facility project, SSMC worked closely with the Environmental Consultant to accurately survey wetland delineations throughout DDOT property. This included survey collection in accordance with Chapter 5J-17 F.A.C. of wetland flags within the proposed easement, for the new pipelines servicing the Greenland WRF.


“I had the pleasure of working with a couple of your employees over the past couple weeks. James Murphy and Beau Boyles; very professional and “can do” attitudes. They worked well with the crew from PSI and the task was completed one day ahead of schedule with no underground utilities damaged.”

Byron Osborn

NBC Universal, Orlando

“On behalf of our entire Project-87 team I want Southeastern Surveying to know that Mike Vetter and Ed Wolfrey set the Live Structural Steel Surveying performance bar to a new pinnacle with their Project-87 performance.”

Sean A. Murray Sr.

The Walt Disney Company

“Southeastern Surveying has been nothing but a pleasure to work with. Ian O’Gorman has truly been a great and trustworthy professional getting the jobs done in a clean and effective manner. Thank you for all of your hard work and efforts.”

TJ Kelley

Quanta Telecom Services

“We would like to take a moment to express our appreciation to the employees that worked with the City of Paxton Utilities Department. During the time we had the privilege of working with them; they were very professional and went above and beyond our expectations.”

Hayward Thomas

Mayor of the Town of Paxton

“Your guys out there were great, very professional and hard working.”

Scott Shelton

Rayken, Inc.

“Thanks again for a great job. Please let your team know how grateful we are to your tireless diligence in preparing a living database of information.”

Lisa Henry

City of Orlando