I am a professional land surveyor registered with the state of Florida, and will see to all aspects of your project personally. I see to all aspects of your project personally, and my goal is to provide my clients with an accurate survey that meets their needs. Please feel free to contact me with any questions that you might have about your surveying needs, I would be pleased to discuss your project with you, and the services that I can offer.
Professional Associations & Certifications
- Professional Land Surveyor licensed by the state of Florida
- Central Florida, Pinellas County, Hillsborough County, Polk County, Seminole County, Orange County, Tampa, Palm Harbor, Clearwater, St. Petersburg, Oviedo, Orlando, Lakeland
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|City||Palm Harbor , FL|
|Phone Number||(813) 785-1913|
I have resided in the Central Florida area since 1993. In 2002, I graduated from Florida State University, and continued graduate education at the University of South Florida pursuing a Master of Architecture degree. It was through my studies in architecture that I was introduced to land surveying.
I started with a small land surveying firm, where I learned all aspects of land surveying, from office research and production, to field procedures and data adjustments. In May 2011, I obtained my professional licensure in the state of Florida, and started my practice in August 2011
Products & Services
ALTA/ACSM Land Title Surveys
American Land Title Association and the American Congress on Surveying and Mapping worked together to set high standards for surveying work. This level of surveying work is also customizable by the client, allowing them to obtain a suitable product while adhering to accepted standards, ensuring a consistent and reliable survey.
As-Built surveys are meant for the purpose of comparing constructed improvements to their planned locations. This survey is for submittal to an engineer or a building department to certify the construction of a project.
Boundary surveys can be performed on a parcels ranging from a small residential lot to large acreage sites. Typically included with a boundary survey are the improvements located on the property, for example buildings, pavement, and fences would be shown relative to the boundary. A boundary survey can be the base for many other types of surveys.
Control surveys are performed mainly for the use of aerial photogrammetry, but can also be used for larger projects such as right-of-ways.