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All our survey work is carried out using electronic Total Stations linked to Data Loggers and Computer Plotted.
Finished survey information can be provided on negatives or on computer disks to suit whatever system that the client may prefer.
Subdivision surveys are properly included in the boundary survey category and are primarily governed by the Plat Act. Subdivision surveys differ from the typical boundary survey in that monumentation for subdivision surveys is mandatory according to the statute. All exterior corners of the subdivision must be monumented prior to recordation of the subdivision plat. If, in the opinion of the subdividing surveyor, a disportionate number of interior monuments would be destroyed by grading, utility installation, etc., monumentation of the interior corners may be delayed unless local regulations or ordinances specify otherwise. Interior corners of the subdivision must be monumented prior to the conveyance of any lot, block, parcel or unit within the subdivision and in all cases the monumentation must be in place within 12 months after the recording date of the subdivision plat. All of the interior corners subject to delayed staking shall be denoted on the record plat as “to be set”, either by labeling or appropriate symbols. Upon completion of the monumentation the subdividing surveyor shall file an affidavit with the Recorder of the county in which the subdivision is located certifying that the monumentation of the subdivision has been completed. The affidavit shall include the name of the subdivision, date of plat recording and recording location information.
The purpose of a boundary survey is to establish the boundary lines of a new parcel of land, or to reestablish the boundary lines of an existing parcel of land. The land surveyors at Dhyanalinga Land Surveyors will conduct the necessary research, and collect the necessary field data, to accurately determine where the boundary lines of your property exist. We then physically mark these boundary lines with the ground surface at the corners of the parcel. A plastic cap bearing the license number of the supervising land surveyor is affixed to the top of the pipe.
We conduct Contour Surveys to identify any kind of difference in elevation of the existing ground. The slopes of same height are connected by imaginary lines known as contours.As the contour map provides information of the existing terrain condition, the design team can perform the further activities.
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