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Types of Surveys  

Tools of the trade

Boundary Survey identifies the property corners and property lines of a parcel of land as described by deed. Boundary surveys are useful in resolving property disputes, for purposes of erecting fences, determining easements and/or encroachments and for obtaining building permits from your local governing body.

Construction Survey is performed prior to construction to position on the ground physical structures and/or improvements of all or a portion of a plot of land.

Construction Layout outlines the proposed building site, boundaries, and lot corners on the property.

As-Built Survey will detail vertical and horizontal positions of all physical improvements made on a parcel of land.

Topographic Survey is performed to prepare maps depicting locations of natural and man-made features and elevations and contours of points and features on the property.

Subdivision is the division of a parcel of land into two or more lots/parcels.

Land Title Survey is a survey that conforms to the requirements of a land title insuring agency or “Minimum Standard Detail Requirements for ALTA (American Land Title Association) and/or ACSM (American Congress on Surveying and Mapping) Land Title Surveys.

 

 

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