1 12, 2009

SUMMIT Land Services, PC adds Survey Assistant and CAD Operator

2009-12-01T03:54:23-05:00December 1st, 2009|

SUMMIT Land Services, PC has added a Survey Assistant and CAD Operator to handle their increased workload and anticipated projects in early 2010. Mr. Joe Hammonds is an experienced instrument and CAD operator and is a great addition to our Survey Team.

1 12, 2009

SUMMIT Purchases Track Mounted Geotechnical Drilling Platform

2009-12-01T03:52:12-05:00December 1st, 2009|

SUMMIT has purchased a track mounted geotechnical drilling platform, a CME (Central Mine Equipment) 55 HT (High Torque) machine mounted on a Hitachi 1500 Series rubber track crawler carrier. This unit will greatly expand our in-house drilling capabilities to include angle drilling, rock coring and deep borings (50+ feet) and provide for greater off road capability. This is our 2nd track mounted geotechnical platform and will work in conjunction with out SIMCO rig already in service.

1 11, 2009

SUMMIT to provide services for Kellswater Apartment Community

2009-11-01T03:46:36-05:00November 1st, 2009|

SUMMIT was selected to provide Geotechnical Engineering, Post Tension Slab Inspections and Material Testing Services for the Integra Springs at Kellswater Apartment Community in Kannapolis, North Carolina. The project contract is LandSouth Construction out of Florida.

1 06, 2008

Summer 2008 Newsletter

2020-06-15T22:50:38-04:00June 1st, 2008|

IKEA AND CITY BOULEVARD - SUMMIT is currently working on the City Boulevard Extension and IKEA Boulevard as well as the remediation to the I-85 on/off ramps at City Boulevard. SUMMIT is performing quality control testing during all phases of construction for the proposed roadways. The Charlotte City Council approved re- zoning in May for the international home furnishing retailer’s 345,000 square-foot facility located off I-85 at the City Boulevard Exit. The 30-acre site is part of a larger 205-acre tract which Crescent Resources, LLC plans to develop a lifestyle center of shops, restaurants and residences over the next five years.

1 09, 2007

Fall 2007 Newsletter

2020-06-15T22:50:34-04:00September 1st, 2007|

Track Mounted Drilling Platform — As part of the continuing demand for our Geotechnical Engineering services, SUMMIT acquired a tracked mounted drill rig in October of 2007. This rubber tracked rig will allow SUMMIT to provide timely and cost effective drilling solutions for our clients. By eliminating the need for drilling subcontractors, the turn around time for geotechnical projects will decrease drastically. Our track mounted rig couples all-terrain capabilities with the ability to operate in finished areas without damage or need for additional protection. Additionally, the rig offers low height clearance of 12 ½ feet allowing access to the interior of buildings for investigations. The powerful two-speed SIMCO operational platform will allow the rig to operate to depths of up to 100 feet, and the light weight unit can easily be transported by barge or crane to perform specific geotechnical investigations.

1 03, 2007

Spring 2007 Newsletter

2020-06-15T22:50:29-04:00March 1st, 2007|

SUMMIT is pleased to announce the addition of a key member to our team of professionals, Mr. Jarrus Mitchell. Mr. Mitchell adds a wealth of knowledge and experience in the area of construction and geotechnical materials testing as well as structural steel quality control and assurance. Mr. Mitchell’s previous project experience includes construction administration, materials testing and inspections, and project management for horizontal and vertical construction projects. Additionally, Mr. Mitchell has experience in providing property condition assessments and architectural reviews. The addition of Mr. Mitchell now allows SUMMIT to perform in-house structural steel inspections utilizing advanced Ultrasonic, NDT and visual inspections.

1 09, 2006

Fall 2006 Newsletter

2020-06-15T22:50:21-04:00September 1st, 2006|

SUMMIT will be relocating to a new office later this year. Renovation planning has started, and construction is expected to be completed by fall 2006. The 12,000 SF building offers sufficient space to improve the office environment and allow for the growth of our expanding laboratory and engineering staff. Current plans include the creation of 21 offices, advanced laboratory facilities, plan room and exercise facilities for our employees.