Located in White River State Park just west of downtown, the Indianapolis Zoo is a 64-acre zoological park, aquarium, and botanical garden, where animals, plants, and people connect through education, exhibition, conservation, and research. EMH&T is providing topographic and utility surveys for the Zoo to incorporate recent improvements to exhibits. We are using state-of-the-art surveying equipment and procedures to accurately and precisely locate new utility markings as well as above ground, visible utilities within various project areas. We are also locating improvements built within the Orangutan Center, including appurtenances such as building corners, walls, walks, columns, signs, lights, curbs, and most notably, the structural components associated with the overhead skyride through the exhibit. This attraction allows passengers to watch and interact with the orangutans as they swing up to 80 feet above the ground. This multitude of survey locations are designed to provide a foundation for building and maintaining a database of improvements within the existing GIS for this new facility. EMH&T also is providing ongoing on-call services for survey and utility locating for a range of projects, then making the appropriate updates to the GIS database on behalf of the Zoo.