Surveying | Accuracy & Experience You Can Rely On
Although the surveying profession has been in place for many years, recent innovations in technologies associated with field data measurements, telecommunications, and data reduction have created an exceptional environment for collecting and reproducing field conditions in electronic formats. Territorial-Landworks, Inc. has remained on the forefront of the latest technological advances to maintain our position as progressive consultants with the expertise and experience necessary to provide high-quality mapping and surveying services in an extremely competitive fashion. Our commitment to integrating our many years of experience in the field with the most current technologies results in a product that is accurate, effective and readily integrated into other mapping and design formats.
Services Provided by Professional Surveyors
Our Professional Land Surveyors and field crew staff have OSHA and hazardous materials training, allowing us to service clients with a wide array of data collection and mapping needs. We also provide construction services from stakeouts and flood elevation certifications to Digital Terrain Models than can be fed directly into the contractor’s machinery for efficient and accurate coordination of design conditions.
Our surveying staff is also responsible for preparing plans and documentation for boundary surveys, retracements, subdivision plats, boundary line relocations and family transfers, along with easement exhibits, legal descriptions and deed reviews.
Reasons You May Need a Survey:
- You are relying on your realtor, neighbor or existing possession lines to make sure your existing home or new project doesn’t encroach on your neighbor’s land or infringe on the setback limits.
- You purchased a house and lot spending over $200,000 and may not know the limitations of the property.
- You are working with an architect and need a sitemap.
- You do not understand the language in your deed, plat or sanitation permit and may be concerned about possible limitations or exceptions.
- You are remodeling, renovating, or landscaping your property and need site information and/or topographic data for your designer or architect to save you money or avoid costly mistakes.
- You want to avoid costly legal setbacks and encroachments.
- You need to know what and where easements exist that affect your property.
- You are located within the floodplain and need to know what options exist. Or you are unaware if you are in the floodplain or not.