Land Surveying
  • Boundary Survey to establish the boundaries of a property or easement.

  • Construction Survey to establish the locations of proposed construction based on the set of plans generated by an architect or engineer.
  • Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) Control Survey that utilizes high precision survey grade GNSS receivers to establish horizontal and vertical values for remote locations.
  • Topographic Survey to establish the change in elevation of land and constructed features such as roadways, drainage channels and structures that are frequently used for design purposes.
  • Subdivision Platting involves preparing a plat based on the boundary and topographic surveys which is then routed through the applicable reviewing agencies for approval.
  • Monitoring Survey, where the relative location of an object is monitored for movement with respect to a fixed location or benchmark. It is primarily used to determine how a foundation or other improvement moves with the expansion or contraction of the soil.
  • Route Survey which is limited to the proposed right of way of either a utility easement, road or highway.
  • Pipeline Staking, which is performed prior to laying out pipelines across multiple tracts of land.
  • Drainage Way Survey that provides detailed surveys of drain channels and are usually made by taking cross-sections and/or soundings of the drain way. It is needed by drainage engineers for flood control among other uses.