Boundary surveys are surveys made to establish or reestablish property boundary lines upon the ground or to obtain data for making a map showing boundary lines. These surveys include residential lots, commercial property, and large acreage tracts.
Topographic Surveys are used for determining the configuration of the earth's surface and the location of physical objects thereon.
Preliminary surveys are used to obtain data from which to determine the feasibility of, and/or to prepare plans for a development or construction project.
Construction surveys are survey measurements on a construction project to control position, dimensions, and configuration. Also included are measurements to determine quantities for payment of work and adequacy of completion.
Surveys dividing undeveloped areas of land into blocks, lots, streets, parks, etc., in conformance with governing ordinances. This procedure includes platting, segregations, and other divisions not exempt from subdivision ordinances.
These are surveys made for lending or insuring agencies to evaluate title problems, if any, relating to actual occupation and possession.