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Important Land Surveyors' Terms

Land surveyors and civil engineers both play a pivotal role in property ownership, management, and construction. There are a multitude of sectors that someone in these fields can work in. If you need to deal with someone in one of these professions, it may be handy to know the following terms.

  • Land Surveyor – A land surveyor is someone who inspects a property, whether it is private, public, commercial, or even a government one, and places markers, or “monuments,” that signify the boundaries of the property. The markings are based on the property lines marked in documents.
  • Civil Engineer – There are two different sectors of civil engineering: public and private. Engineers in both must be licensed in order to submit and approve plans. Companies can hire a civil engineer to approve plans for a building while a private party can try to obtain home improvement permits. Any sort of construction job for a home or company requires a civil engineer’s approval.
  • Topographic Services – Using topographic equipment, a professional in this field studies the surface and features of land. The focus here is on determining pinpoint locations and documenting them along with features such as points of elevation.
  • Geomatics – This involves studying, gathering, developing, and recording geographic data. There are several different disciplines that geomatics applies to, including map making.
  • Gradient – The incline or decline, also known as the slope, of the land. If a highway isn’t level, it will usually have signs on it to signify the grade of the road.
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    National Society of Professional Surveyors
    Gaithersburg, MD 20879
    The National Society of Professional Surveyors is dedicated to bringing people in the industry together to advance our common interests. We work to preserve and advance the sciences and disciplines in our field.
     
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    Piedmont Land Surveying PLLC
    1491 S Peace Haven Rd, Clemmons, NC 27012
    Professional provider of land surveys. We perform property, foundation and construction surveys for public and private land development. Elevation, topographic maps and more. Call today for an appointment.
    (336) 766-7627
    Piedmont Land Surveying PLLC
    Clemmons, NC 27012
    Professional surveyors are available to provide an array of survey services including property survey for public and private clients, elevation, foundation, and construction survey.
    (336) 766-7627
    Ces Group Engineers LLP
    274 N Highway 16, Denver, NC 28037
    Consulting civil engineers, site plans for commercial development and residential subdivisions, Storm water management, erosion control plans, Feasibility studies, Phase I and II environmental site assessments, soil and groundwater testing.
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    (704) 489-1500
     
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    Deal's Land Surveying
    8911 Mooresville Rd, Salisbury, NC 28147
    (704) 636-7444
    Donald J Moore PC
    Salisbury, NC 28147
    (704) 637-2445
    Tutterow Surveying
    107 N Salisbury St, Mocksville, NC 27028
    (336) 751-5616
    Jordan & Associates
    Statesville, NC 28677
    (704) 838-0028
    American Planning and Surveying
    Statesville, NC 28677
    (704) 871-9197
    Steven D Pode & Assoc Land Surveying
    Statesville, NC 28677
    (704) 592-5082
    Stone Land Surveying Co
    113 Drum Ln, Mocksville, NC 27028
    (336) 998-4733
    Piedmont Design Associates PA
    125 E Plaza Dr Ste 101, Mooresville, NC 28115
    (704) 664-7888
    Lake Norman Surveying & Mapping PLLC
    137 Jennings Rd Ste C, Statesville, NC 28625
    (704) 876-4450
    Raymer Joseph W Surveying
    215 Absher Farm Loop, Statesville, NC 28625
    (704) 871-1889
    Shulenburger Surveying Company
    516 N Main St, Salisbury, NC 28144
    (704) 637-9623
    Allen Don & Assoc PA
    Mooresville, NC 28123
    (704) 664-7029


    Land surveyors can often provide a range of topographic and property services. Since land surveyors use equipment that allows them to map property and homes in three dimensions, they can often determine the elevation and incline of land. Land survey engineers often perform jobs for construction companies that develop private and public land. Government, commercial, and residential building projects often require construction companies to consider gradient elevations. This allows them to build homes and other buildings with stable foundations. Geomatics and topographic services can also be used to settle civil disputes regarding property rights. Whenever a civil suit questions land or building ownership, the court might need to turn to professional land survey engineers for accurate information. These board certified professionals should have licenses showing that they can measure property boundaries with extreme accuracy. If you are interested in hiring a land survey inspection company to measure your property, then you should consider learning more about the organizations and individuals that serve your area. Search the Internet to find the websites of companies that offer the services that you need. Websites will often provide information about a professional’s level of education and the types of custom services that he or she can provide. You should consider whether the engineers have experience with charters, land rights, commercial properties, and other issues that might affect you. You might also consider searching the Internet for information posted about the companies by their clients. This could help you choose a reliable option for your land surveying project.
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