LAND SURVEYING SERVICES
A boundary survey is a survey to establish the boundaries of a parcel using its legal description or deed and typically involves the setting or restoration of monuments or markers at the corners and/or along the lines of the parcel.
A mortgage survey determines land boundaries and building locations. Mortgage surveys are generally required by title companies and lending institutions when they provide financing to ensure there are no encroachments on the property or to show the extent of the encroachment.
A topographical survey is the determination of the configuration, relief or elevations of a portion of the earth's surface, including the location of natural features such as waterways and man made features such as roads.
A subdivision divides an existing piece of property into two or more parcels of land. This typically involves satisfying local zoning requirements for each lot.
An elevation certificate is used to provide elevation information necessary to determine the proper insurance premium rate, or to support a request for a Letter Of Map Amendment or Letter Of Map Revision.
A route survey is used to design and construct linear work projects such as roads or pipelines.
A plot plan is a drawing that shows major features and structures on a parcel as well as the location of proposed improvements to be made. Plot plans are typically required to be submitted with building permit applications.