Surveying, the process of determining accurate positions on land including, cadastral surveying, the process of establishing boundary locations and land parcel corners, construction surveying, the process of layout out construction projects, and verifying their position during construction, also known as engineering surveying, hydrographic survey, the gathering of information about navigable waters, mapping the topography of the bed of lakes, rivers, and large bodies of water and quantity surveying, someone who controls costs on construction projects. These professional service providers will be found here.
Surveyors update boundary lines and prepare sites for construction so that legal disputes are prevented. Surveyors make precise measurements to determine property boundaries. They provide data relevant to the shape and contour of the Earth's surface for engineering, mapmaking, and construction projects.
Land surveyors measure and map the shape of land. They gather data for civil engineering and construction projects so that accurate site plans can be drawn
Environmental surveyors are specialists in all aspects of the management, monitoring and assessment of the environment in the context of real estate, land and construction.
Rural practise surveyors advise on rural property and agricultural matters to help farmers and other clients manage their businesses.
Quantity surveying involves detailed calculations and measurements taken from the architect's drawings to quantify the materials, planning and labour required to construct the building.
Planning and development surveyor is to advise on all aspects of planning and development in order to help your clients make informed choices about investment.
A valuation surveyor carries out valuations on residential, commercial or industrial property, organises its sale or rent and advises on investment.
Commercial surveyors deal with all aspects of residential and commercial property in both the private and public sectors.