201 West 29th St.
Charlotte, NC 28206
201 West 29th St.
Charlotte, NC 28206
LDSI, Inc is pleased to announce the opening of a new office location in Kinston, NC. The Kinston office
will house the agricultural, forestry and the water resource branches of LDSI, Inc and allow us to better
serve the eastern region of NC. For the agriculture and forestry sectors, LDSI offers a wide variety of data
collection options and services. The new office location specializes in the collection, analysis, and
distribution of complex data sets. Farmers and landowners can have access to aerial photography,
ground crop photography, and disaster photography through drone and aerial reconnaissance. LDSI can
also serve all your water resource engineering needs including stormwater management, stream/wetland
restoration, flood studies, wetland delineations, and water quality monitoring.
LDSI, Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of Mr. Jonathan Hinkle, PE to our staff to serve as branch
manager of the Kinston office. Mr. Hinkle was born and raised in the Duplin/Lenoir County area and has a
passion for serving Eastern North Carolina and its residents. He is a graduate of North Carolina State
University with bachelors and masters degrees in Biological and Agricultural Engineering with work
experience in the private and government sectors. He brings experience with a wide range of engineering
services: drainage, stream/wetland restoration, permitting, construction oversight, flood studies,
stormwater BMPs, stormwater management, wetland delineations, hydraulic and hydrologic modeling, and
LDSI is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOB) dedicated to providing high quality Engineering, GIS, Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE) and Land Surveying services. The firm’s Partners and Principals are licensed to practice land surveying and engineering in North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. We are additionally licensed to practice engineering in Florida and Georgia.
We provide you with creative, timely, and comprehensive survey solutions that expedite project completion. Our field crew party chiefs have the experience necessary to identify potential problems and keep projects moving. Our diversified staff includes Professional Land Surveyors, a Water Resource Engineer, Certified Floodplain Surveyors, Certified GISP’s and a Professional Civil Engineer. In today’s complex setting, LDSI will provide you with the best of both knowledge and talent – ready and able to meet the demands and challenges of the industry.
GIS Data Management and Analysis
Subsurface Utility Engineering
Flood Plain Certifications
Lowe’s Corporate Campus
Client: Lowe’s Home Centers
The Lowe’s Corporate Campus is a 269.5-acre parcel located adjacent to Interstate I-77 between Fairview Road and Langtree Road in Mooresville, NC. LDSI has provided location and design, property and right-of-way, photogrammetry and aerial mapping, as well as construction stakeout and utility locations.
North Carolina Research Campus
Client: Castle & Cooke
The North Carolina Research Campus is an extensive mixed-use redevelopment and economic revitalization. The 350-acre site encompasses the entire downtown area of Kannapolis, North Carolina, approximately 20 miles north of Charlotte, and includes the former Cannon Mills/Pillowtex facilities that were demolished to make room for the new campus.
This is a large brownfield site that will become a premier research campus. The original site was a textile plan that was demolished and the new campus will include research and office buildings plus all associated infrastructure necessary for the campus.
LDSI, Inc. started the project in 2005 during the demolition and has provided our full spectrum of services, including boundary surveys, construction stakeout, aerial topography, as well as wet and dry utility locations; blast volume and over excavated area calculations, platting, GIS mapping and analysis. The GIS As-Builts project was featured at the 2008 Infrastructure Conference in Seattle, WA and has been featured in an article in the October, 2008 Professional Surveyor Magazine.
Little Sugar Creek Greenway
Mecklenburg County, NC
Client: Mecklenburg County
Parks & Recreation Department
From Cordelia Park, north of downtown Charlotte, to the South Carolina line, Little Sugar Creek extends over 12 miles and traverses 17 neighborhoods; is crossed by roads 23 times; and passes by eight shopping centers, 10 schools, and six parks. The greenway will pass through urban, suburban, and rural areas. LDSI provided boundary, topographic, utility and construction survey services as well as GIS base mapping and analysis in support of the creation of the Master Plan.
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LDSI began in 1999, in High Point, North Carolina, to expand the abilities and range of services of the LandDesign companies. Our original emphasis was on engineering surveys and photogrammetric control. Today we provide...
Just a quick note to let you know I'm very happy with the crews you have sent down here they are very professional and make my job easy.
Please extend my thanks to your crews I will recommend your company for all future work here in the Lejeune area. They are by far the best surveyors I have worked with in a while.
I just wanted to share some feedback I got from the field on your crew. Thanks for the great work so far!
“As a side note, I enjoyed working with LDSI. They choose the right equipment from the get-go and there were no delays. Of all the work they performed, I saw but one stake out of place, which they caught as well and corrected. I believe it was due to sighting around trees, or it was kicked over and replaced. We will see in the final product, but they were willing to do whatever we required and I think they produced an excellent product.”
The communication and management of the project by LDSI/IMC made managing the project easy for me and allowed me to devote my resources to other projects within the Public Works Department. Because LDSI/IMC handled it so efficiently, this project did not distract me from my other responsibilities.
We look forward to working with LDSI/IMC in the future should the need arise.
Having a surveying company on the project team that not only recognizes the importance of multiple approaches, but more importantly, can adapt to these changes willingly, efficiently and accurately, aids in greatly reducing our overall project costs and expediting the project schedule.
In summation, we highly recommend the use of LDSI services on your future projects and believe that you will be more than pleased with the quality of their work, their commitment to timely schedules and performance well within project budgets.