Working with an accurate and informative land survey is fundamental to any development or redevelopment. Often required by funding agencies for property transaction purposes and local government for regulatory approval, professional surveys are also critical for identifying development potential.
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- ALTA/ACSM Land Title Surveys.
A boundary survey meeting specific stands and requirements set forth by the American Land Title Association (ALTA) and American Surveying and Mapping (ACSM). This type of survey os sometimes required by many title insurance companies, most often used for commercial.
- As-Built Survey.
A post-construction survey showing all major changes in relation to the completed project. It updates any revisions made.
- Boundary Survey.
A survey of a parcel of land as described by a metes and bounds, fractional section, legal description or a lot, block and plate book legal description. Including any existing structures as they relate to the property boundaries.
- Elevation Certificate
Also known as a FEMA Certificate, this document identifies the flood and non-flood hazard areas for a particular property. The form also indicates the elevation of the building and other relative elevations. The Elevation Certificate is used by insurance agents for the purpose of quoting your property insurance rates.
- Final Survey
A survey of a parcel of land (preceded by a foundation survey) showing all improvements made.
- Formboard Tie-in Survey
A survey where the proposed construction forms are located for the builder.
- Property Line Stakeout
Setting wood stakes (or iron pins) along the property line of a parcel of land. Typically for fence construction.
- Foundation Survey
A survey of a building under construction showing the foundation as it relates to the property boundaries.
- Topographic Survey
A survey of parcel of land showing elevations throughout the site at a given interval.
- Tree Location Survey
A survey identifying the size (DBH), type and location of jurisdictional trees on a specific tract of land.