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Land Surveying Services

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Boundary Survey

A Boundary Survey is essential for property owners, real estate developers, and government agencies to establish clear and legally recognized property lines. The primary purpose of a Boundary Survey is to prevent and resolve boundary disputes, ensure land ownership rights, and aid in property development or transactions.

ALTA Survey

ALTA/NSPS Land Title Survey, is a comprehensive type of land survey that follows specific standards established by the American Land Title Association (ALTA) and the National Society of Professional Surveyors (NSPS). It is typically conducted for commercial real estate transactions, especially when title insurance is involved. The ALTA survey provides detailed and accurate information about the property, ensuring that all parties involved have a clear understanding of the property's boundaries, features, and potential issues.

Topographic Survey

A topographic survey, also known as a contour survey or topo survey, is a type of land survey that maps and represents the physical features and natural contours of a piece of land. The survey provides detailed information about the elevation, shape, and relief of the terrain, as well as the location of existing features like buildings, roads, trees, bodies of water, and utilities. Topographic surveys are commonly used in various industries, including engineering, architecture, land development, environmental planning, and infrastructure projects.

Construction Survey Staking

Construction survey staking, also known as construction staking or simply staking, is a critical process in construction projects that involves marking and establishing the exact locations and elevations of various elements on a construction site. The primary purpose of construction survey staking is to transfer the design plans and specifications from paper to the physical site, providing construction crews with precise reference points and guidelines for executing the project accurately.

Lot Split - Minor Lands Division

In Pima County, Arizona, a Minor Land Division (MLD) is a specific process that allows for the division of a larger parcel of land into smaller lots or parcels under certain conditions. The purpose of the MLD process is to create smaller lots that are generally compatible with the surrounding area, without the need for a full subdivision process. MLDs are subject to specific regulations and criteria set forth by the Pima County Development Services Department.

Legal Descriptions

A surveyor's legal description is a precise and detailed written representation of the boundaries and dimensions of a piece of land, as determined by a licensed land surveyor. This description serves as the official and legally recognized way of defining a property's boundaries for various purposes, including real estate transactions, property deeds, and easements. The legal description is typically used in legal documents and property records and is essential for establishing clear and unambiguous property boundaries.

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