NCDOT I-95 Widening

Funded by NCDOT’s State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) and the Infrastructure for Rebuilding America (INFRA) federal program, this widening project will convert 25 miles of NC’s oldest stretch of I-95 from four to eight lanes. All deliverables were provided in Microstation V8i.

NCDOT I-95 Widening

From Exit 71-81, ESP employed our Trimble MX9 mobile lidar and imaging system to achieve mobile lidar pavement DTMs for approximately ten miles of various Y-lines as well as ramps at the I-40 interchange.

From Exit 55-71, ESP located approximately 705 wetland flags within approximately 36,750 linear feet and performed eight miles of conventional survey, including planimetrics, obscured DTMs, and property owner contacts.


Volkert, Inc.


North Carolina


25 miles



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