We do a wide variety of projects for commercial surveying from small projects to large corporate needs.
Here are some of the things we specialize in:

An ALTA survey adheres to a set of national standards though the American Congress of Surveying and Mapping as was adopted by The American Land Title Association.
As Built
An As-built survey may be needed to record the variations between the original plans and what was actually built. Often required by agencies to prove the location of a structure at a point in time. This is used to help engineers confirm what was built is within applicable tolerance and is especially important in maintenance and future development of the site.
A boundary survey generally shows the property lines, easements and other details as mandated by state standards.
Construction surveying is also referred to as building surveying, Staking, Stake-out, lay-out, or setting-out. We use a construction survey to mark reference points and markers to guide the construction of a new structure, road, building, etc.
Easement surveys are largely about land rights, and with property features associated with those rights. They often consist of physical property inspection and can identify any existing easements associated with the land, along with any structures on the property that are present as a result of easements (piplelines, roadways, wires, access pints on the land, etc.)
FEMA Flood Certificates
The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) Elevation Certificate (FEMA form 086-0-33) is an administrative tool of the NFIP which is to be used to provide elevation information necessary to ensure compliance with community floodplain management ordinances, to determine the proper insurance premium rate, or support a request for a Letter of Map Amendment or a Letter of Map Amendment (based on fill)
House Staking
House corner staking involves setting wooden stakes at the corners of a proposed structure, to show the builders exactly where on the property the building is to be built. For simpler structures, this may be accomplished by marking only the major corners, but for greater detail, the surveyor can place stakes at every turn in the foundation. Offset stakes may also be set to help locate corners whose previously set stakes were disturbed during the grading process.
Legal Descriptions
Sales contracts, deeds, mortgage, and deeds of trust require a legal description of property that is legally sufficient to be binding, meaning that the description would allow a competent surveyor to delineate the exact boundaries of the property. The legal description of a property does not include the buildings on it – only the boundaries of the property. The legal description is also an important determinant in setting the property’s price. Legal descriptions always note the county and state in which the property is located.
Mets & Bounds
A metes and bounds description uses lengths and angles of boundaries starting at point of beginning (POB). A mete is a boundary line and bounds is the area enclosed by the metes – hence, the name. Starting at the POB, the length of each boundary is described and the angle that it forms with the previous boundary. This continues to the point of end (POE), which is identical to the point of beginning, since all properties must have enclosed boundaries.
Preliminary and Final Plats
The purpose of a preliminary plat is to provide detailed graphic information and associated text indicating property boundaries, easements, land use, streets, utilities, drainage and other information required to evaluate the proposed development. The final plat of all or a portion of a subdivision which is presented for final approval for any changes or revisions made after administrative reviews. /dd>
Right of Way
A right-of-way is a right to make a way over a piece of land, usually to and from another piece of land. A right of way is a type of easement granted or reserved over the land for transportation purposes, this can be for a highway, public footpath, rail transport, canal, as well as electrical transmission lines, oil and gas pipelines. A right of way is reserved for the purposes of maintenance or expansion of existing services with the right of way.
Subdivision Layout
Subdivision is the act of dividing land into pieces that are easier to sell or otherwise develop, usually via a plat. The former single piece as a whole is then known as a subdivision. If it is used for housing, it is typically known as a housing subdivision or housing development, although some developers tend to call these areas communities. Subdivisions may also be for the purpose of commercial or industrial development, and the results vary from retail shopping malls to industrial parks.
Topographic surveys are used to identify and map the contours of the ground and existing features on the surface of the earth or slightly above or below the earth’s surface (i.e. trees, buildings, streets, walkways, manholes, utility poles, retaining walls, etc.). If the purpose of the survey is to serve as a base map for the design or a residence or building of some type, or design a road or driveway. It may be necessary to show perimeter boundary lines and the lines of easements on or crossing the property being surveyed, in order for a designer to accurately show zoning and other agency required setbacks.
Utility location is the process of identifying and labeling public utility mains that are underground. These mains may include lines for telecommunication, electricity distribution, natural gas, cable television, fiber optics, traffic lights, street lights, storm drains, water mains, and wastewater pipes.