Filling in the short form below will instantly give you a set of contact details for Land Surveyors who can carry out a topographical land survey of your property. You will be provided with their contact details, all within less than a second and you will then be able to contact them directly to discuss your requirements in more detail.
Filling in the short form above will instantly give you a set of contact details for Land Surveyors who can carry out a topographical land survey of your property. You will be provided with their contact details, all within less than a second and you will then be able to contact them directly to discuss your requirements in more detail.
Land and topographical Surveys
Land Surveying (more recently termed "Geomatics") is the science of mapping and measurement. The services offered by land surveyors include land or topographical surveys, boundary disputes, the preparation of measured building plans and elevations for architects, earthworks and volume calculations, river and estuary surveys, dimensional "setting out"; for construction sites, 3D monitoring of structures such as dams and buildings and precise sub millimeter measurement; Filling in the form above and clicking get estimates will give you as list of names and contact details of Land Surveyors who cover your area; You can then make direct contact.
In more detail, Land Surveyors offer the following services:
Land or Topographical Surveys. These are accurate and scaled maps or plans of the earth's surface features including both rural and urban landscapes, roads, rivers, lakes, woods, street furniture, fences, hedges etc. They may be large scale to include farms or the routes of new motorways or smaller scales to include building plots or proposed industrial development. Utility services, levels, contours, underground drains, tree types, land use, etc, may also be included. Areas and distances may be scaled from the final drawings.
Boundary Surveys allow the actual measured position of boundary features to be compared to the legal records of ownership. An accurate; topographical survey records and plots the current and historical positions of disputed boundaries and computer analysis then allows comparison with Deed or Land Registy plans to assess ownership
Volumes and earthwork quantities are measured and quantified for quarries, mines, extractive industries, new road construction and landfill whether this is to record quantity or for the purpose of assessing royalty payment.
Setting Out. When the design of a new road, housing development or industrial complex is complete the land surveyor may accurately "set out"; the position, level and orientation of the proposed development on the ground using the design plans and land surveying instruments such as Total Stations and GPS.
3D Monitoring. If it is suspected that a building, dam, pylon or road surface for example is subsiding or where deformation is suspected land surveyors may accurately and regularly monitor the three dimensional position of permanent markers secured to the structure. The meausured records can then be graphed or modelled to allow trends, rates of change, movement or elevational change to be studied so preventative action may be determined.
Sub Millimeter measurement. The land surveyor can provide very accurate measurement during the construction of aircraft, ships, submarines, bridges, railway vehicles, car production etc. This would include both the manufacturing facility and the manufactured product for both quality assurance and conformity requirements.
Measured floor plans and elevations are accurate and scaled representations of the size and layout of buildings. These are used by architects for building alterations, space planning, designing; extensions or merely for record or measuring floor areas. The drawings are prepared on computer and can be presented at any scale required.
River and estuary surveys can be prepared to measure water depths, dredging requirements, tidal flow, beach erosion and deposition. These can be used to provide essential data for the preparation of flood risk assessments.
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