Let us help you stake out the perfect property. Our survey team is fast, accurate, and willing to go the extra mile to make sure your survey, construction layout staking, annexation, etc., is done completely and professionally. Whether you are looking to build a fence, build a road, or plot a subdivision, our surveyors will brave the heat, the cold, and dense underbrush (with minimal complaining!) to meet your needs.
Field survey and calculation of the volume of earth in a specified area to determine the amount of fill needed or removed to properly build on or grade a site for development or effective drainage.
Collection of field survey information and development of exhibits and legal descriptions to allow the right to cross another’s land for a specified purpose; typically created for property access or utility installation.
Land survey and development of associated Plat(s)/legal description(s) with the purpose of subdividing a parcel of land into two or more parcels.
Collection of data along a route, typically a roadway or easement, for the purpose of identifying features.
Field survey and calculation of information to determine property lines based on existing boundary monuments, deeds, and surveys of record.
Collection of data to identify elevations, physical features, and existing facilities within project limits.
Field identification and marking of elevations, locations, and routes, marked with wooden stakes, for construction of roadways, foundations, utilities, etc.
Collection of field survey and existing property information and development of plans, exhibits and legal descriptions to allow for the acquisition of property rights; typically created for roadway and/or sidewalk construction.
Collection of field survey information and development of documentation to be used by a title insuring agency for purposes of insuring a title to the real property; typically required for commercial real estate transactions.
Land survey and development of associated exhibit/legal description(s) with the purpose of incorporating into a jurisdiction.