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What Type of Survey Do I Need?

Boundary Survey

A boundary survey is a detailed process that identifies the exact boundaries of a property by analyzing historical documents and conducting on-site measurements. Professional surveyors use specialized equipment to map out and mark the property lines, ensuring accuracy and clarity. These markers help homeowners and developers understand precisely where their property begins and ends, avoiding potential disputes with neighbors. It's a crucial step for anyone planning to build, sell, or make improvements to their land, safeguarding their investment and ensuring compliance with local regulations.

Subdivision Planning

A subdivision survey is a specialized process used to divide a piece of land into smaller lots, parcels, or tracts for development or sale. This type of survey involves detailed mapping and legal documentation to ensure each new section meets local zoning and building regulations. It's essential for property developers or landowners looking to maximize the potential of their land or create new residential or commercial spaces. By accurately defining lot sizes, road access, and utility easements, a subdivision survey lays the groundwork for successful property development and future sales.

Topographic Survey

A topographic survey maps the contours, elevations, and features of a piece of land, providing a detailed three-dimensional representation of the natural and man-made elements on the site. This type of survey is crucial for architects, engineers, and planners in the design and development of land, allowing for informed decisions about construction and land use. It identifies changes in elevation, water bodies, trees, buildings, and other critical features that impact the design and feasibility of projects. By offering a clear understanding of the terrain, a topographic survey is an essential tool for any project that requires precise knowledge of the land's characteristics.


Construction Stakeout

Construction stakeout, also known as a site layout survey, is a critical step in the construction process, where surveyors mark the exact location of proposed structures on the ground. This process ensures that buildings, roads, and utilities are constructed in the precise location as planned, according to the engineering and architectural designs. Surveyors use stakes, flags, or paint to mark reference points that guide the construction team in the accurate placement of structural elements. By providing a physical blueprint on the site, a construction stakeout helps prevent costly mistakes and ensures the project is built to specification, aligning with legal, zoning, and design requirements.

ALTA/NSPS Land Title Survey & Mapping

An ALTA/NSPS Land Title Survey is a comprehensive surveying standard jointly developed by the American Land Title Association (ALTA) and the National Society of Professional Surveyors (NSPS). It provides a detailed map of a property, showing all significant improvements, easements, rights-of-way, and other elements that might affect the ownership or use of the land. This type of survey is often required by lenders, title companies, and real estate transactions to ensure a clear understanding of the property boundaries and any potential legal issues. The ALTA/NSPS Land Title Survey goes beyond basic boundary surveys by including a detailed analysis of property lines, zoning, and any restrictions that could impact the property's future development or sale.

3D Modeling & Machine Control

3D Modeling & Machine Control is a cutting-edge approach that integrates advanced technology into the construction and surveying industries to enhance accuracy and efficiency. Through the use of 3D models, construction machinery can be controlled with precision, allowing for automated guidance based on exact specifications of the design plans. This technology enables operators to execute projects with a higher degree of accuracy, reducing errors and minimizing material waste. By streamlining the construction process, 3D Modeling & Machine Control not only accelerates project timelines but also significantly improves the quality of the finished product, paving the way for innovative construction methodologies.


Other Services Offered: FEMA Elevation Certificates, Lot Line Adjustments, As-Builts, Mortgage Surveys, GPS Services, Wetland Mapping & Legal Descriptions
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