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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
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    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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    Britt Land Surveying
    Charleston, SC 29401
    Mortgage Loan Surveys, Alta/ACSM surveys, Elevation Certificates, GPS Surveys, Wetland Surveys, Builder Service Surveys, Property Boundary Surveys, Construction Surveys/Staking
    (843) 766-2707
    Byron H. Gaskins, Pls
    916 Skyview Drive, Darlington, SC 29532
    Professional land surveyor licensed with the State Board of Engineers and Land Surveyors. Specializing in boundary surveys, lot surveys, property divisions, closing surveys, and topographic surveys.
    (843) 601-0192
    J Luckey Sanders Land Surveyors
    210 Cleland St, Georgetown, SC 29440
    (843) 527-2300
    Powers Land Surveying
    626 Front St, Georgetown, SC 29440
    (843) 546-4000
    Engineering & Technical Services Inc
    58 Centermarsh Ln, Pawleys Island, SC 29585
    (843) 237-3002
    Sti-Survey Technology Inc
    797 Po Box, Murrells Inlet, SC 29576
    (843) 651-8656
    Beasley Land Surveying
    6094 Friendship Ln, Myrtle Beach, SC 29588
    (843) 650-7722
    Culler Land Surveying Co Inc
    1010 5th Ave N Ste 103, Myrtle Beach, SC 29575
    (843) 238-2333
    Bob's Surveying Co
    5475 Juniper Bay Rd, Conway, SC 29527
    (843) 397-5984
    Huntley & Assoc Iates
    900 S Poplar Dr, Myrtle Beach, SC 29575
    (843) 238-8745
    Waccamaw Land Surveyors Inc
    640 Highway 17 S Ste F, Myrtle Beach, SC 29575
    (843) 232-1435
    Grice Surveying Inc
    410 General Moultrie Dr, Bonneau, SC 29431
    (843) 509-5515
    Watson Terry M Rls Land Surveying
    Conway, SC 29527
    (843) 248-9284
    Kevin Wilson Land Surveying
    415 E Main St, Kingstree, SC 29556
    (843) 387-5610
    Kellahan & Associates Engineers & Surveyors Inc
    Kingstree, SC 29556
    (843) 355-9118


    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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