Nitsch Engineering provided land surveying and civil engineering services associated with the rehabilitation of Independence Wharf at 470 Atlantic Avenue, a 14-story office building located directly at the site of the Boston Tea Party on the Fort Point Channel. The building’s new façade and image link Boston’s Seaport and Financial Districts, while new site elements create public access along the waterfront to provide a critical link to the Boston Harborwalk and provide open space with an interpretive experience to Griffin Wharf and the Boston Tea Party Museum. Nitsch Engineering prepared a property line, topographic site plan, title insurance plan, and Chapter 91 license plan for this project. The survey compilation was complicated by the many different easements, licenses, and continual changes in the area by the Central Artery construction. We also provided site design services including permitting support for the Notice of Intent filed with the Boston Conservation Commission, permitting utility services with the Boston Water and Sewer Commission, and permitting with the Boston Public Improvement Commission.