Apart from land surveying services, we also offer boundary survey to facilitate dispute resolution and FEMA elevation certificates for floodplain management purposes, as these certificates are necessary in some cases. Builders package, lot splits, construction layout…we do it all!
With more than 10 years of experience in the industry, we have come to know pretty much everything related to this business. Our team is composed of highly-qualified chartered surveyors that know the ins and outs of land surveying. They use cutting-edge technologies and equipment to get the job done.
As a licensed land surveyor we stay in touch with the latest trends and are active in local and national land survey societies. Employee training and new technology are also at the core of our staff development program.
We establish property lines and use experience, knowledge, know-how and a myriad of tools to obtain accurate data about the land we are assessing.
|City||Baton Rouge, LA|
|Address||15094 Old Hammond Hwy|
|Phone Number||(225) 414-2100|
Products & Services
Construction layout, also called a site stake out, is the process of interpreting building and construction plans as well as marking the area of proposed new structures such as residential homes, commercial buildings, or roads. Building and construction layout is performed to make certain a job is developed according to engineering plans. The stake out of points start the construction of suggested renovations on the residential property, likewise will aid to ensure the building and construction task is finished within the time and budget parameters that were initially set.
Whether you call it boundary survey, pin survey or land survey plat, we have the experience and knowledge to do it all. All the state standards will be met. Our property line survey will show everything like encroachments, easements, existing buildings and more. We will also establish property corners.
Our elevation certification service in Baton Rouge is here to provide you with just exactly what you need in Louisiana. Flood certification has never been so useful today, especially after infamous hurricanes like Katrina and floods all over the country. Leaving this aspect to chance is not an option anymore. You want to be 100% sure before undertaking any new project.