- Project Updates

Project Update: Water Tower Improvements, Union City

Congratulations to the Village of Union City, where construction on their new 150,000 gallon water tower, well upgrades, and a new standby power generator. The tower should go online this fall, with the old tower being demoed next spring. The project … Continued

- Conferences / Tradeshows

F&V May Conferences

F&V’s staffers will be attending, exhibiting and some will be presenting at six different Michigan Conferences this month. We will be exhibiting today and tomorrow at the Michigan School Business Officials 2019 Annual Conference at the Devos Place in Grand … Continued

- Newsletters

Newsletter: Land Surveys (MI, April 2019)

Land Surveys – Law Change Requires Survey Recording  Did you know that Michigan surveyors are now required to record surveys completed for the purpose of a sale or land transfer? PA 132, often referred to as the “Survey Act,” changed … Continued

- News

Geologists Day: Meet Jim

“As an award-winning Geologist who has worked on some of the most challenging hydrogeological projects in our state, we are fortunate to have the technical expertise of Jim at our firm. However, what makes Jim special is how he compliments … Continued

- Project Updates

Project Update: Water Tower Improvements, Deckerville

Big things are happening in the Village of Deckerville. After receiving a $1.26 million grant from Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) ICE, the Village has begun construction on a new 300,000 gallon water tower. F&V provided the design and grant application assistance, and … Continued

- Awards

F&V helps Rushville get $710,890 grant for street work

The City of Rushville was awarded a $710,890 Community Crossings Matching Grant for street improvements including new storm sewers and sidewalks. The INDOT grant will also be used to mill and resurface a number of city streets. F&V PM Larry … Continued

- Newsletters

Newsletter: Next Level Trails (IN, March 2019)

New Indiana Grant Makes Trail Connections The largest infusion of state trail funding in Indiana history – $90 million – is available for the development of significant trails throughout the state. The Next Level Trails (NLT) grant program, part of … Continued

- News

Surveyors Week: Past to Present, Part 2

The advancement of technology has been the biggest change to the surveying industry. Over my 40 years of surveying experience, I’ve seen the use hand chaining and transit surveys change to the use of GPS, scanners, and drones, as well … Continued