Boundary and Subdivision Surveys

boundary survey site subdivision surveys

Boundary surveys are the most basic and important surveys in land surveying. Knowing where your boundaries are and how they correlate with deeds and field evidence are critical to the improvements, transfer of title, or the subdivision of the subject property. Physically running these boundary lines and locating any encroachments will identify any conflicts that may occur with adjacent land owners.  It is highly recommended to have a current boundary survey done prior to purchasing any real property to make sure you fully understand where the boundary lines are and that you are purchasing the acreage that is recorded. Older surveys can have inconsistencies as a result of outdated equipment, less accurate survey methods, and human error. With over a combined 200 years of experience with boundary and subdivision surveys, we have extensive knowledge of the methods and procedures past and present. We take the due diligence process seriously to recover the best documentation and evidence to get the boundaries properly established.

The staff at Atlas Surveying has been involved with the development of subdivisions for the last 4 decades up and down the east coast. Understanding the clients' vision and the necessary teamwork to create a successful development is important. We want to make sure the appropriate communication channels have been established prior to the fieldwork to make certain the necessary items are collected.  Not only do we have Professional Land Surveyors that have worked at civil engineering companies supervising the work, we have a licensed civil engineer on staff to support a team that delivers a complete product ready for civil design. We then have the experience and capacity to turn those designs around to stake the infrastructure and monument the new lots. Atlas Surveying can provide a complete surveying package for your project.

Contact Atlas Surveying today to get started on your boundary and subdivision surveys.

boundary survey site subdivision surveys

boundary survey site subdivision surveys




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