Topographic

Topographic

A Topographic Survey is used to determine the configuration, relief, or elevations of a portion of the earth's surface, including the location of natural and/or manmade features.  The topographic map is used by a variety of interested parties, such as landowners, engineers, architects, planners, developers, landscape architects, and governmental agencies for numerous uses, ranging from land use or development, site design or re-design, and for flood studies (FEMA).  A Topographic Survey is not intended to be a boundary survey, although some boundaries may be defined. However, in some cases, at the request of the client, a Topographic Survey may be incorporated with one of the above-mentioned boundary surveys.

The cost of the Topographic Survey can vary greatly depending on the size of the project and its intended use. It is imperative that the Surveyor is made aware of the intended use of the topographic information which he will submit. This prior knowledge will enable the Surveyor to complete the project in the most timely and cost-effective manner possible.

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