This 65-mile project consisted of a preliminary route and construction survey from an existing site in Karnes County going east to the proposed tie in location in Lavaca County. All pertinent features along the route were located as well as the proposed sites. Additional temporary workspace locations were also located. IFB and IFC alignment sheets were generated using BlueSky AlignDB. Easement documents, railroad crossing documents, TxDOT and County road crossing drawings, and river crossing permit drawings were produced for the proposed pipeline alignment. Upon the commencement of the construction phase of the project, the workspaces were staked for clearing. Prior to ditching, the centerline and limits of the workspaces were staked. As the pipe was strung along the right-of-way, it was tallied and all pertinent pipe data, including weld information, was gathered. The pipe was surveyed in as it was lowered in and all welds as well as the pipeline appurtenances were located. All of this as-built data, including the scanned pipe data, was incorporated in to the alignment sheets using BlueSky AlignDB. The project database was exported and delivered to the client along with the as-built alignment sheets and PODS compliant features.