We help Land Developers bring their projects to fruition through the practice of surveying and mapping. Projects may be a property that is hundreds of acres in size or as small as a single family residential lot. Projects may require the services of other professionals; such as Attorneys, Title Examiners, Architects, Landscape Architects, Photometric Engineers, Structural Engineers, Civil Engineers. The coordination required for a large project with a large number of professionals can be a challenging task.
OurFort LauderdaleOffice is positioned to serve clients throughout the Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Areas.
Practice of surveying and mapping means, among other things, the application of special knowledge of the principles of mathematics, the related physical and applied sciences, and the relevant requirements of law for adequate evidence of the act of measuring, locating, establishing, or reestablishing lines, angles, elevations, natural and manmade features in the air, on the surface and immediate subsurface of the earth, within underground workings, and on the beds or surface of bodies of water, for the purpose of determining, establishing, describing, displaying, or interpreting the facts of size, shape, topography, tidal datum planes, legal or geodetic location or relocation, and orientation of improved or unimproved real property and appurtenances thereto, including acreage and condominiums.
Surveying and mapping also includes, but is not limited to, photogrammetric control; the monumentation and remonumentation of property boundaries and subdivisions; the measurement of and preparation of plans showing existing improvements after construction; the layout of proposed improvements; the preparation of descriptions for use in legal instruments of conveyance of real property and property rights; the preparation of subdivision planning maps and record plats, as provided for in Chapter 177, Florida Statutes; the determination of, but not the design of, grades and elevations of roads and land in connection with subdivisions or divisions of land; and the creation and perpetuation of alignments related to maps, record plats, field note records, reports, property descriptions, and plans and drawings that represent them.