Survey drawing of the south side from the inlet south approximately 3 miles
In addition to the regular scope of bathymetry of the inlet and offshore areas with beach profiles 6 miles to the north and south, Land & Sea Surveying also surveyed the south shoreline of the inlet for damage caused by survey from Hurricane Sandy
September- October 2012: Land & Sea Surveying performs hazard survey for pipeline exposures and inspection survey of 12 miles of gas pipeline in the Gulf of Mexico! Surveys performed using Multibeam, Singlebeam,Side Scan Sonar and Magnetometer on the 40-foot SeaArk "The Beast". Crews also conducted visual inspection capturing still pictures and video with divers and remote operated vehicle (ROV).
The Beast arrives in Mobile Bay!
Tim Carlile checking into NGS monument on east bastion at Fort Gaines.
Multibeam images taken with Reson SeaBat 7125
Launching the magnetometer
ROV with support computer system
(put curser on image to see computer)
Crew setting receiver for USBL mounted on ROV to obtain position data
Divers using AGA full-face mask with Buddy Phone for topside communication
Launching exposed pipeline buoy
August 28-29, 2012: Land & Sea Surveying performs utility locates with Ground Penetrating Radar and Launch Complex 39B, Kennedy Space Center!
Mobile Bay Lighthouse
Heading home after successful completion of another project
August 30, 2012: Land & Sea Surveying provides boundary survey for UCF Townes Laser Institute to establish lease parcel boundary at Kennedy Space Center Innovative Science & Technology Experimental Facility
Using Ground-Penetrating Radar (GPR) to find underground utilities
August 12, 2012: Land & Sea Surveying wins bid to Suwannee River Water Managment District to perform Multibeam Survey and 200 cross-sections along 94 miles of the Suwannee River!
Multibeam Image of logs and debris on the river bottom
Land & Sea Surveying began work on this project in 2011 providing a topographic survey with improvement location for design of the new annex. We also provided construction layout and allignment of the building support piles.
December 2012 - February 2013: Land & Sea Surveying Completes the Winter Semi-Annual Survey at Sebastian Inlet, Florida.
December 26, 2012: Land & Sea Surveying completes emergency survey of the North Channel for dredging.
Land & Sea Surveying began working with the City of Ft. Pierce in October 2004 when we provided hydrographic surveys for the dredging of this same channel. That was immediatly following the hurricane season that brought 4 hurricanes to Florida and we had to work though a nearly demolished marina. Since then, we have surveyed the channel in 2006, 2007 and 2008 for clearance in addition to Moores Creek and the Marina basin for dredge projects in 2006 and 2007. We are also currently involved with a project to build a man-made barrier island in front of the marina to provide protection from future hurricanes.
August 10-13, 2012: Land & Sea Surveying performs surveys off southeast coast of Florida for reef and wreck debris location!
These pictures show a reef where allegedly a Spanish Galleon went down. The anomalies in areas of otherwise flat bottom could be debris from the ship.
August 10, 2012: Land & Sea Surveying performs inspection of busted water main in Indian River for City of Cocoa!
July - August 2012: Summer 2012 Survey at Sebastian Inlet
Land & Sea Surveying performs a survey of the inlet with beach profiles to the north and south every six months. This summer the survey also included a post-dredge survey of the channel from the inlet to the Intracoastal Waterway.
The pictures below show images of the reef above surveyed with the Reson 7125 Multibeam Survey system. We collected the data using Reson's PDS2000 software. The data shown is approximately 17,000 feet long and 3,500 feet wide. The data was collected on a 2-foot cell grid and we were able to complete the survey with 1.5 days in the field and about 4 hours post-processing. From the data, we are able to produce geo-referenced TIFF or JPEG files (as shown below) and an ASCII file with accuracies to plus or minus 0.10 feet. We collected simultaneous 200kHz single beam data which was compared to the 400 kHz multibeam data with fantastic closures.
July 23, 2012: Submerged Cable Location in Elizabeth River, Portsmouth, Virginia for Level 3 Communications
Land & Sea Surveying located a submerged Level 3 fiber optic cable in the Elizabeth River with depth of burial. The horizontal position of the cable was marked and depth of burial was provided to avoid damage to the cable from construction.
March to May, 2012: Land & Sea Surveying collected images of wrecks off the coast at Cape Canaveral, Florida using Reson Seabat 7125 Multibeam System with PDS2000 software
"Dutch Wreck" -- Steamship Laertes
The Dutch steamship Laertes was built in 1919 by Taikoo Dockyard & Engineering Company, Hong Kong. Owned by Nederland Stoomy, she was 423.9 feet long, had a 52.3 foot beam, displaced 5,825 tons and was pushed by a single screw triple expansion engine. The Laertes was powered by a 413 nhp triple expansion engine and had a top speed of 13.5 knots.
On May 3, 1942, the Laertes was torpedoed and sunk by a German submarine. Some say it was the work of the U-564, while others claim it was the U-109. At the time she was on a voyage from New York to Bombay, with a 5,230 ton cargo of war supplies, including three aircraft, 17 tanks and 20 trucks. A total of 18 of her crew went down with her.
Today the Laerte's scattered wreckage sits in 72 feet of water eleven miles off Port Canaveral. This wreck is also locally known as the Dutch Wreck.
The SS Leslie was built in 1919 in Duluth, Michigan, as the Lake Flagstaff. She later sailed under the names Stella Lykes and Josephine, before being renamed Leslie. She was 251 feet long, had a 44 foot beam and displaced 2,609 gross tons. The Leslie was owned by Worth Steamship Company of New York and was under the command of Captain Albert Ericksson. On April 12, 1942, she was torpedoed by the German submarine U-123. At the time she was en route from Antilla, Cuba, to New York with a cargo of 3,300 tons of sugar. Out of a complement of 31 crew and one passenger, four of her crew were lost.
Today the Leslie wreck sits in 80 feet of water, 21 miles off Port Canaveral.
This artificial reef, while locally known as the "Sub Wreck", is actually old camera observation tower debris from the space center.
February 2012: Hydrographic surveying projects in Tampa Bay area using Reson SeaBat 7125 Multibeam System with Side Scan and the new SeaArk Survey Vessel "The Beast"
Land & Sea Surveying was contracted to survey an area surrounding a pipeline exposure to search for any objects that may pose a hazard to anchoring of a barge for repairingthe exposure. We surveyed the area using the SeaBat 7125 for bathymetric and side scan data and the Geometrics G-882 Marine Magnetometer.
Land & Sea Surveying also performed a survey of a second pipeline in the Tampa Bay area to determine the depth of cover. In performing this survey we located the pipeline using the Geometrics G-882 Marine Magnetometer, then surveyed the area using the SeaBat 7125 multibeam to search for pipeline exposures and a SDI singlebeam 200kHz systems for bathymetry. To determine depth of cover, we utilized the SDI BSS+5 sub-bottom profiler system with 12, 50, and 200 kHz transducers.
January & March, 2012: Land & Sea Surveying worked with Florida Institute of Technology on Coastal Engineering Projects using the SeaArk Survey/Research Vessel
Land & Sea Surveying provided a vessel and support for FIT students and professors on two projects recently.
The first project was the retreival of two acoustic doppler current profilers (ADCP) that had been deployed off the coast of the Melbourne Beach to Sebastian.
Tim Carlile and crew assisting in pulling ADCP on to the rear dive platform of "The Beast"
FIT divers departing to retrieve ADCP instruments
Land & Sea Surveying also completed a second operation with FIT students and professors to replace wave meters at the north side of Sebastian Inlet and assist in pulling the communication cable from the shore facility out to the new meters.
Shoreside deployment of communication cable
FIT divers securing cable with Land & Sea Surveying vessel support from Mako
September 2013: Land & Sea Surveying completes pipeline inspection survey in Gulf of Mexico with high definition side scan sonar, multibeam survey, ROV and divers.
March 2013: Land & Sea Surveying completes surveying of 189 cross-sections with 94 miles of centerline and collection of multibeam data on the middle Suwannee River for the Suwannee River Water Management District.
March 2013: Land & Sea Surveying assists Florida Institute of Technology (FIT) students with retrieval of ADCP (Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler) in the Atlantic Ocean 15 miles off the coast of Sebastian Inlet in 90-foot of water
Land & Sea Surveying was able to pinpoint the location of the ADCP using the Reson SeaBat 7125 Multibeam system. We then placed FIT divers in the water to bouy the instrument and attach a line and lift bags for lifting it off the seafloor.
An additional diver comes to provide assistance with the retreival.
FIT divers prepare for second dive to dislodge ADCP from sand.
The Thunderforce attempts to lift the ADCP.
March 2013: Land & Sea Surveying surveys the Ocean Venus (AKA the "Lead Wreck") off coast of Cape Canaveral, Florida.
The Ocean Venus "Lead Wreck", a British freighter, was sunk by a German U-boat on May 3rd 1942. It was later flattened for navigation purposes. The ship was known for its cargo of lead, though it held 9,450 tons of general cargo including 4,000 tons of lead, 4,000 tons of lumber, 80 tons of acetone and 1,000 tons of canned herrings. The ship was torpedoed and sunk by U-564 commanded by Reinhard Suhren. The Master, Captain John Park, 37 crew and 4 gunners landed at Cape Canaveral. Five crew were lost. Now mainly stripped of its cargo, the ship sits in approximately 80 feet of water out of Port Canaveral and is host to many different species of fish and marine life.
Ocean (British Liberty) Class Merchant
The ship was built by Permanente Metals Corp in Richmond, California for the British Ministry of War Transport and was one of sixty Ocean (British LIberty) class merchant ships. The ship's measurements were registered at 441.5 x 57 feet. Gross tonnage was 7,174 and deadweight was 10,500 tons. Speed was 11 knots.
April 2013: Land & Sea Surveying surveys the Dorado Discovery for Odyssey Marine in Panama City, Panama. Tim Carlile, PLS surveyed the ship sensors and locations of the Reson 7150 dual frequency (12 & 24 kHz) multibeam transducer array, positioning sensors, USBL trans-sender, single beam transducer and the POS MV pitch, roll and heading values for set up in the multibeam acquisition software.
A Nikon Laser Theodolite situated below the drydocked vessel used to survey the Reson 7150 multibeam deepwater sonar
The gondola for the Reson 7150 newly installed on the Dorado Discovery
Land & Sea surveys the center pully of the Dorado Discovery A-frame to help position side scan sonar operations
The Nikon Laser Theodolite used to horizontally & vertically locate positioning antennas for the Dorado Discovery
Tim Carlile, PLS surveys in the POS MV IMU
Surveying the horizontal & vertical position of the ships USBL system and multibeam sensors
Redundant measurements taken with the Nikon Laser Theodolite of the ship's positioning antennas
May 12, 2013: Land & Sea Surveying assists Florida Institute of Technology students with locating and retreiving ADCP in 90-foot of water
May 10, 2013: Land & Sea Surveying performs survey of Port Canaveral using Reson SeaBat 7125 Multibeam Hydrographic Survey System for research & development
May 2013: The images below are part of an ongoing project by Land & Sea to survey fishing and diving locations to be compiled in a book with images and location coordinates
June 2013: Additional data and images off shore Brevard County collected for fishing and diving guide book. Book will include images and precise coordinates for location.
Lead Wreck located at depth of 80 feet.
Reef balls located at 81-foot depth.
148-foot wreck located in 92 foot depth
July 2013: Land & Sea Surveying Completes the Summer Semi-Annual Survey at Sebastian Inlet, Florida.
July 2013: Land & Sea Surveying Completes Pre-dredge Survey for Florida Inland Navigational District (FIND) AICW Dredging Project at Ponce Inlet, Volusia County, Florida.
Towing Geometrics G882 Magnetometer behind the SeaArk with dredge in background
Tide Gauge set on project site
Pre-dredge surveys were completed using a 200 kHz single-beam fathometer, a Teledyne-RESON SeaBat 7125 multi-beam system and a Geometrics G882 magnetometer. The red contours were derived from the mag data. Where the mag hits are shown on the north side of the channel in this area, the multibeam images also showed what could possibly be a wreck and/or debris.
Close up of multibeam image showing
April to August 2013: Land & Sea Surveying works with SpaceX on modifications to Launch Complex 40, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida.
Land & Sea Surveying began this project with topographic surveys for design completed in April. We are now working with the contractor to provide construction layout services and will perform the As-built Survey upon completion of the project.
July 2013: Land & Sea Surveying Performs Hydrographic Survey of 31 miles of the Withlacoochee River in North Florida for the Suwannee River Water Management District.
Multibeam images of pipeline
Side Scan Sonar images of pipeline
"The Beast" docked at Dauphin Island Marina
Edgetech 4125 600/1600 kHz Side Scan
with GoPRO camera monted on top
Video Ray Pro 3 ROV
with GoPRO camera monted on top
Tim Carlile< PLS with ROV & Side Scan
on back deck of "The Beast"
USBL receiver for diver & ROV tracking
Divers entering the water using AGA masks with communication between divers and topside
Capt. Tim Carlile, PLS has just completed a full map of 8A REEF that is located off the coast of Cape Canaveral.
Also available are the second edition of OFFSHORE BREVARD and the first edition of OFFSHORE MARTIN COUNTY.
THE LATEST IN BATHYMETRIC SURVEY TRANSLATED INTO THE ULTIMATE FISHING AND DIVING GUIDES.
November 2013: Land & Sea Surveying begins work on the Brevard County Beach Renourishment Project with Great Lakes Dredge & Dock
Surveying offshore beach profiles with Jet Ski Survey Vessel
Surveying near-shore beach profiles with Magellan RTK GPS survey system
Equipment operators spreading sand pumped on beach from off shore dredge
December 2013: Land & Sea Surveying begins semi-annual survey of Sebastian Inlet for Winter 2013/2014
Land & Sea Surveying used the new Jet Ski Survey Vessel on the Sebastian survey this winter. The Jet Ski streamlined the collection of data in the zone too shallow for a boat and too deep to walk.
The Jet Ski is equipped with a single beam hydrographic survey system tied to RTK GPS for positioning. A sealed computer beneath the hood is loaded with HYPACK for navigation and data collection.
January 2014: Land & Sea starts the New Year with a hazard survey for the mitigation of two areas of exposed pipeline in the Gulf of Mexico.
The exposures were discovered during an inspection survey completed by Land & Sea Surveying in September 2013.
Bathymetric data combined with magnetometer hits on NOAA navigational chart background. Shows mag hits on two pipelines. Exposure is at the intersection of the pipes.
Image below shows same exposure taken with multibeam in September.
Launching the magnetometer off the R/V Gadwell, shown below.
Left: Bathymetry overlaid on side scan imagery
Below: Multibeam imagery taken in September 2013
February 2014: Land & Sea Surveying performs "Time Zero" and As-Built survey of storm protection islands in Indian River for Ft. Pierce City Marina.
February 2014: Land & Sea Surveying conducts a control survey locating previously set benchmarks at five different sites to establish the elevation referenced to a known vertical datum (NAVD 88) on all points
Land & Sea Surveying crews performed OPUS Static GPS sessions to establish an elevation at each of the sites, from there the elevation of the benchmarks was shot using conventional Total Stations or RTK GPS where satellites were visible.
January 2014: Land & Sea Surveying designed and built the JetSki Survey Vessel, an integrated survey system installed on a jet ski and intended for shallow water survey applications inaccessible to larger survey craft.
The Kawasaki Ultra LX Jet Ski is equipped with an SDI BathyCase BC-200 bathymetric survey system and an Ashtech Proflex 800 GNSS RTK GPS.
December 2013: Land & Sea performs a multibeam survey of the entire channel at Port Canaveral.
December 2013: Land & Sea performs a multibeam survey of berth at Cruise Terminal 6, Port Canaveral.
December 2013: Land & Sea Surveying performed single-beam survey at Trout Creek Marina on the St. Johns River.
May 2014 : Land & Sea Surveying is contracted by the University of Florida
to perform a multibean survey of the Canaveral Shoals
Shown are the shoals - CSII is the borrow area; Bull and Chester Shoals are the reference/control areas in the study of the ecological effects of dredging.
CSII - the picture on the right shows backscatter data that was collected for bottom classification.
Classification here appears to be muddy sand to coarse sand.
Bull Shoal. Bottom appears to be coarse sand to sandy silt.
Chester Shoal. Bottom here also appears to be coarse sand to sandy silt.
June 2014 : Land & Sea Surveying conducts Multibeam Bathymetric Surveys of Wreck and Reef Sites in St. Lucie County to be Compiled in the Next Offshore Fishing and Diving eBook.
The Kyle Conrad Artificial Reef is located out of Port St. Lucie Inlet
The picture on the right shows the tugboat "Tuff-E-Nuff', a 19th century tug in service until May 2007. Before deployment, she was cleaned and stripped of any harmful materials. Mounted with the plaque identifying her as the "Conrad Reef", in memory of young student Kyle Conrad, she was then scuttled to the ocean floor on January 17, 2011. Below are pre-deployment pictures and multibeam images.
Multibeam images of the Conrad Reef
A second trailer with large tires makes launching from the beach easier.
The BathyCase and GPS receiver are mounted within the internal storage area for protection from sea conditions. A water-resistant monitor and waterproof wireless keyboard are mounted on the handle bars for access by the operator.
Additional Artificial Reef and Wreck Sites Out of Port St. Lucie Inlet
Debris Field in 150-foot of water
FPL Roosevelt at depth of -98.86 feet
The Lyons Bridge Artificial Reef in 110 to 130 feet of water
The David T Wreck at depth of 72.78 feet
The Mercedes 2 Wreck located in 85 feet of water with the top coming up to 67 feet
The David T and The Mercedes 2 Wrecks
The Wickstrom and Barge located in 193 feet of water
The USS Rankin in 136 feet of water with the top rising to 95 feet
AFTER- FEBRUARY 2014
The Echoscope generates high resolution real time images of the underwater environment and gives particular benefits in turbid/zero visibility environments. The Echoscope gives the user sound underwater intelligence in real time.
June 2014 - Tim Carlile PLS is certified in Coda Octopus Products "Echoscope" to further enhance the offerings of service provided by Land & Sea Surveying!
August 2014: Land & Sea Surveying is contracted by Suwanee River Water Management District to survey land elevations along floodplain and spring transects. We also set elevation benchmarks at Peacock Springs and Allen Mill Pond.
August 2014: Land & Sea Surveying begins survey for Brevard County of Sykes Creek and canals to determine depth of muck .
Land & Sea Surveying is conducting hydrographic and sub-bottom profile surveys, depth of muck probes and vibracore sediment sampling to establish quantity of sediment to be removed in order to return Indian River Lagoon, tributaries and adjacent canals to original condition thereby raising the water quality in the Indian River Lagoon.
Vibracore sample of muck and sand cut open and examined for sediment distribution
Land & Sea Surveying continues to provide surveying services at Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral Air Station
October 2014: Tim Carlile, PLS is interviewed for a documentary on beach erosion, restoration and prevention measures.
Tim Carlile and Land & Sea Surveying will be featured in the documentary discussing and illustrating our involvement with Sebastian Inlet District and FIT in the continuous monitoring of the beaches adjacent to the inlet. Additional details on broadcast channel, dates and time will be announced as they come available.
November 2014: Land & Sea Surveying works with the dredger on the maintenance dredging of the channel to Patrick Air Force Base Marina.
Crew staking channel limits at the entrance.
December 2014: Land & Sea Surveying contracted by Suwannee River Water Management District to create bathymetric surveys and set benchmarks at the Aucilla and Econfina Rivers.
January 2015: Land & Sea Surveying probes and vibracores Turkey Creek for Brevard County to determine depth of sediment.
February 2015: Tim Carlile, PLS recieves hydrographic certification.
January 2015: Land & Sea Surveying surveys new boat ramp at Port Canaveral.
February 2015: Brevard County District 2 center line depths and muck probes of 50.3 miles of channels and canals for water quality assesment.
March 2015: Land and Sea Surveying surveys constructed position of gangway at Cruise Terminal 1 Port Canaveral.
January 2015: Land & Sea acquires new military version ATV.
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March 2015: Land & Sea Surveying provides surveying services for construction support to retrofit complex at Kennedy Space Center.
March 2015: Land & Sea Surveying performs multibeam survey at North Cargo Berth 5, Port Canaveral to search for debris that may prevent ship docking.
Image to the right shows channel bottom at the location and in the same direction as the picture above.
March 2015: Land & Sea Surveying completes the Winter 2015 survey in Sebastian.
March 2015: Land & Sea Surveying preforms beach profiles of the ocean side of Parrot Cay in Turks and Caicos Islands.
Land and Sea Surveying prefomed beach profiles every 100 ft to top of dune out 500 ft to approximate -8 ft depth. We also surveyed 100% coverage both North and South inlets together with a control survey establishing horizontal grid coordinates to local datums. Vertical control was established by surveying tides for water levels over a five day period and establishing mean low water vertical datum for future reef ball design. Land & Sea personal utilizied its MV850 ATV and its specialized jet ski built by land & sea with RTK radio and cell phone corrected gps with 200 KHZ bathymetric surveying system intergrated with hypack 2015 and SDI softwares.
April 2015: LAND & SEA SURVEYING CONCEPTS WINS CONTINUING SERVICES CONTRACT WITH CANAVERAL PORT AUTHORITY.
Land & Sea Surveying Concepts was selected for award of a five-year contract to provide hydrographic and land surveying services at Port Canaveral.
April 2015: Land & Sea Surveying perfoms multi-beam survey for Port Canaveral Channel Widening
Land & Sea Surveying is working with GLF Construction supporting the upland portion of the channel widening project at Port Canaveral.
May 2015: Land & Sea acquires POS MV Oceanmaster Inertial Navigation System
Land & Sea Surveying just purchased a new Applanix POS MV Oceanmaster GPS/inertial navigation system. It includes all the following features
IP 68 IMU- no export restrictions
Measures heading, roll, pitch at all latitudes and dynamic conditions
Instantaneous reacquisition of RTK following GPS signal loss
Automatic initialization upon power up, following a one time calibration
Superior low elevation tracking perfomance reguardless of latitude
Low noise L1 and L2 carrier phase measurements
Maintains heading accuracy in a high multipath enviroment and in areas of poor GPS availability
May 2015: Land & Sea Surveying completed an annual monitering survey one year after completion of storm protection at Ft. Pierce City Marina
Land & Sea Survey surveyed the marina in Ft. Peirce in January 2012 for preconstruction conditions and design. In February 2014 we completed the baseline "times 0" Survey of the constructed storm protection system. This year the first annual monitering survey was perfomed.
May 2015: Land & Sea Surveying performed a multibeam survey of Canaveral Harbor at NCB 5 & NCB 6
Land & Sea Surveying was contracted to perform a mulitbeam survey of Canaveral Harbor at NCB 5 and
NCB 6, as shown above. Survey was conducted on lines parallel to the Bulkhead out approximately 200
feet. We marked any anomalies found on the bottom. At all anomalies we sent a diver down with a
camera/video to investigate, document and remove any debris found
Large Tractor Tire (4 feet in Diameter)
Pipe (15' 1" Diameter)
Pipe (15' 1" Diameter)
May 2015: Land & Sea Surveying performed a multibeam survey of Middle Turning Basin at Port Canveral
Land & Sea Surveying is working with Dutra Dredging on the Port Canaveral 44 foot channel dredging. In support of this project we completed a full multibeam survey of the MIddle Turning Basin.
May 2015: Land & Sea Surveying performed a bathymetric survey of the Port Canaveral Channel
Land & Sea Surveying was contracted to perform a bathymetric survey of the Port Canaveral Channel. In support of the Port Widening Project. The project is the widening of the harbor for the expansion to allow larger ships in and out of the Port safely.
June 2015: Land & Sea performs an inspection survey on fuel pipe line from Key West to Boca Chica confirming depth of burial
Welcome to the team!!!!!!
Welcome to the team Dawn Davis, Zac Jenkins, and Kyle Neumuller. We are all looking forward to working with all of your many talents.
Land and Sea Surveying was contracted to locate and determine the depth of burial of approximately 19,945 feet of an existing four-inch jet fuel pipeline from Trumbo Point on Key West to Stock Island to Boca Chica Key. We also marked the location of the pipeline in the area near the pipeline in the area near the Key West Marriott Beachside Hotel.
Marine Science Masters of Professional Science at the University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science
Bachelor of Science in Atmospheric Sciences, University of Utah
Marine Science Masters of Professional Science at the University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences
Bachelors of Science in Applied Physics, Appalachian State University
Haywood Community College
Masters of Science
Univeristy of Florida, Gainsville, FL
Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
Bachelor of Science in Biology
College of Agricultural and life science
Emphasis Pre-Professional, Minor
in fisheries and aquatic sciences
In June of 2015 Captain Timothy Carlile upgraded to a 100-ton Master Licence
Land & Sea Surveying personnel assisting divers with wave meters
Land & Sea Surveying "The Beast" standing by for diver support
June 2015: Land & Sea Surveying performed for a 2nd year a multibeam surveying and a bottom classification of the Canaveral Shoals for the University of Florida
06 13 2015 Canaveral Shoals with contours
bottom classification of the Canaveral Shoals
06 18 2015 Bull Shore with contours
Bull Shoal bottom classification with -123 db calibration
06 25 2015 bottom classification with -124 db
06 24 2015 Chester Shoal nad83 navd88 contours
July 2015: Land & Sea Surveying continues on going project for Dutra Dredging in Port Canaveral
July 2015: Land & Sea completes underground/underwater fiber optic cable location for NASA crossing the ICW of the Indian River in Brevard County Florida.
July 2015: 8A Reef Offshore Cape Canaveral
Land and Sea Surveying has just completed surveying 8A Reef off of Brevard County Florida just in time for Opening Lobster Season'. The reef is in 73 to 86 feet of water located approximately 14 Nautical miles from Port Canaveral.
1 page map of 8A Reef Offshore Cape Canaveral
July 2015: Port Lafiteau Haiti
Land & Sea Surveying performed a hydrographic survey to monitor the dredge operations at Port Lafiteau, Haiti. Land & Sea Surveying preformed a single-beam survey of the Port Lafiteau dredge area approximately 1,800 meters by 1,000 meters.
August 2015: Sebastian Inlet
Land & Sea Surveying performed semi-annual survey in the Sebastian Inlet for summer of 2015.
122 page eBook of Offshore Brevard County
71 page eBook of Offshore Martin County
September 2015: Ongoing Port Canaveral Channel Widening Project with GLF Construction
Land & Sea Surveying is providing continuing surveying services to monitor dredging and construction progress
October 2015: North Cargo Berth 8
Land & Sea Surveying Performed upland Topographic and Hydrographic Survey of North Cargo Berth 8 area for CHM2Hill and Canaveral Port Authority.
October 2015: Ongoing Port Canaveral Channel Widening Project with GLF Construction
Land & Sea Surveying is providing surveying and diving services to monitor and help with rock placements on dredging and construction progress.
November 2015: Land & Sea Surveying provides services to inspect newly placed scour protection mats at Cruise Terminal 1, Port Canaveral.
November 2015: Land & Sea Surveying is performing a bathymetric survey with a single beam hydrographic system of the area surrounding the west landing of the railroad bridge across the Indian River in Titusville. We are also providing magnetometer and side scan sonar surveying to search for any artifacts of historical significance.
Land & Sea Surveying performed a multibeam survey of the installed mats and are diving targeted high spots shown on the multibeam survey to determine if the high spots are sand and/or sediment accumulated on top of the mat.
November/December 2015: Land & Sea Surveying returns to
Port Lafito Haiti to complete a single beam survey of the dredge area.
Land & Sea Surveying team preparing the vessel to become survey ready:
Land & Sea Surveying team starts and completes the single beam survey while working around
the dredging team and local fishermen:
December 2015: Ending the year, Land & Sea Surveying continues surveying
services supporting projects at KSC and CCAFS.
December 21 2015: SpaceX launches and successfully lands the first stage of the Falcon 9 rocket at the new landing complex in Cape Canaveral, Florida
Land & Sea Surveying is proud to have been a part of the construction of the new landing complex and Landing Zone 1 as well as construction of the launch facility at Complex 40.
Before (left) and after (above) pictures of the new Landing Zone 1
Image courtesy of Spacex.com
Image courtesy of Spacex.com
Image courtesy of Spacex.com
Image courtesy of Spacex.com
Image courtesy of Spacex.com
Image courtesy of Spacex.com
Rocket on launch
Launch and landing paths in single photos
First landing of a rocket first stage on land!
The Falcon 9 first stage being lowered for transport
January 2016: Land and Sea Survey starts the new year completing a pre-dredging survey for residential canal maintenance dredging and muck removal for Cocoa Beach Canals
Land and Sea Surveying crew is muck probing the canal
View of entire Cocoa Beach canal that was sampled
Land and Sea Surveying is using the Jet Ski to access the shallow water edges of each canal
January 2016: Land & Sea Surveying continues surveying
services supporting projects at KSC and CCAFS.
January 2016: Land & Sea Surveying provides a pre-dredge survey for Gator Dredging on Turkey Creek in Brevard County, Florida.
Land and Sea Surveying final product:
Turkey Creek, project site:
Land and Sea Surveying crew doing top of muck probes:
January 2016: Tim Carlile has additionally updated the 2015 HYPACK Hydrographer Certification.
January 2016: Tim Carlile has updated the 2015 HYSWEEP Hydrographer Certification.
February 2016: Land and Sea Surveying is now certified by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) in Survey and Mapping: Design, Right of Way & Construction Surveying.
February 2016: Land and Sea Surveying teaming with Fish Tech. for dive assistance completed a subaqueous crossing inspection and hydrographic surviving services for the City of Melbourne in four different locations.
Land and Sea Surveying 20' survey vessel:
Fish Tech. dive vessel:
Land and Sea Surveying dragging the side scan behind vessel on south side of US 192 bridge:
Overall figure of US 192 Causeway pipeline:
Pipeline of the east side of US 192 bridge:
Pipeline of the west side of US 192 bridge:
Overall figure of Front Street:
Placed Bouys by Land and Sea Surveying team on south side of Front Street:
Overall figure of north side of Tortoise Island:
Overall figure of south side of Tortoise Island:
Fish Tech team visually inspecting PVC pipe on south side of Tortoise Island:
Overall figure of Avenue B pipeline:
Overall figure of Avenue B west end:
February 2016: Land and Sea Surveying team preformed a topographic and boundary survey at Daytona Beach.
February 2016: Land and Sea Surveying is subcontracted to complete construction survey services for McKim & Creed in Fort Stewart and Fort Gordon Georgia.
March 2016: Our team has successfully completed the post survey for
City of Cocoa Beach residential canals muck removal project starting in January 2016.
March 2016: Land and Sea Survey competed a final as-built survey for Dutra Dredging at AS-1 B and an interim survey for AS-5A, Port Canaveral.
March 2016: Land and Sea Survey provided hydrographic and topographic surveying support on the barge terminal at Kennedy Space Center.
March 2016: The semi-annual topographic and hydrographic surveying service for Sebastian Inlet has been completed.
March 2016: Land and Sea Surveying team completed a multibeam suvery to Port Canaveral, Cruise Terminal 6.
April 2016: Land and Sea Surveying team supports John Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab in equipment and personnel support.
April 2016: Our team adds an A-frame to the "Beast", our 40' research vessel, to support upcoming projects.
April 2016: Land & Sea Surveying team surveys the CSA survey vessel in Stuart, Florida. The survey of the ship sensors and locations of the R2Sonics multibeam transducer array, positioning sensors, USBL trans-sender, single beam transducer and the POS MV pitch, roll and heading values for set up in the multibeam acquisition software.
April 2016: Land & Sea Surveying completes a hydrographic survey of Harbortown Marina using our 200 kHz single-beam transducer with RTK GPS for horizontal and vertical positioning.
May 2016: Land & Sea Surveying provided surveying services in Jupiter Florida and Stuart Florida to locate a submerged utility line. Additionally, a single beam hydrographic survey of the cable route through the waterbody utilizing a 200 kHz transducer with RTK GPS for horizontal and vertical positioning was completed at each location.
Land and Sea Surveying team utilizing GPS equipment:
Site location, the railroad bridge in Jupiter, Florida:
Land & Sea Surveying team used the MonArk vessel to run perpendicular lines in opposite directions across the cable with a receiver. The horizontal location of cable was also determined by a handheld submarine cable detector model 101:
In the field our team set all buoys to mark the location of the found utility line:
Site location and Land & Sea Surveying team at work in Stuart Florida:
June 2016: Tim Carlile has updated the 2016 HYSWEEP Hydrographer Certification.
July 2016: Land & Sea Surveying team just got contracted by Blue Origin to provide surveying services in the construction phase 1 of exploration park.
July 2016: Land & Sea Surveying team just completed a right-of-way surveying project for Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) and Port Canaveral Port Authority.
All imagines were provided by www.blueorigin.com/gallery
July 2016: Land & Sea Surveying team has just completed surveying services at Port Everglades, Terminal 18 for their gangways.
Two imagines were provided by www.porteverglades.net