Property Boundary Survey

One of the first steps in purchasing a property or planning a subdivision/land development typically involves performing a property boundary survey. Boundary surveys are also conducted to determine the location of the actual property lines in relation to existing structures or future improvements and are often required by governmental bodies

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Topographical Survey

A topographical survey, also known as elevation survey, is performed to determine the existing elevations along a particular location. Topographical surveys are a necessary step to preparing site and grading plans, determine extents of landslides, and delineate existing drainage patterns.

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Construction Layout

A construction layout or stake-out survey is performed both before and during construction to assist the contractor with the physical locations of proposed improvements (foundations, building corners, column lines, etc.).

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Settlement Displacement Monitoring

Settlement and Displacement monitoring surveys are important to understanding subsurface issues such as settlement, active landslides, and subsidence. In line with performing geotechnical subsurface investigations and analysis, PS&R has the capabilities to install and routinely evaluate both deep and shallow monitors to determine relative movement.

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As-Built

A vital part land development or any other related construction activity is the completion of as-built surveys. These surveys are used to determine the actual locations and elevations of installed improvements (foundations, building corners, column lines, etc.), determine storage capabilities of drainage features, obtain quantities, and delineate drainage paths.

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