Commercial Services

Commercial Boundary Survey  

A survey, the primary purpose of which is to document the perimeters, or any one of them, of a parcel or tract of land by establishing or re-establishing corners, monuments, and boundary lines for the purposes of describing the parcel, locating fixed improvements on the parcel, dividing the parcel, or platting.  An example of an Commercial Boundary Survey.

ATLA Surveys   

An ALTA Survey is basically a boundary survey meeting the requirements of the American Congress of Surveyors and Mappers.  These requirements may be viewed through  the web site of ACSM.  Lenders may click here for a minimum standard ALTA Survey List.
Topographic Surveys 

A survey of selected natural and artificial features of a part of the earth's surface to determine horizontal and vertical spatial relations.
A Topographic Survey may be ordered individually or together with a Boundary Survey.  Topographic refers to the elevations throughout the parcel of land.  Topographic Surveys will benefit residential planning or engineering for a commercial site.  All elevations are derived from a well-documented and established bench mark
Construction Staking

The measurements made, prior to or while construction is in progress, to control elevation, configuration, and horizontal position and dimensions relative to the approved construction plans.

Asbuilt-Record Drawing

A survey performed to obtain horizontal and vertical dimensional data so that constructed improvements may be located and delineated.  The asbuilt (record drawing) survey will confirm the site was constructed as planned.