A boundary survey may be required to establish or re-establish the boundaries or limits of a property or easements identified by a deed of record. This type of survey will not only identify the location of the boundary, but will disclose possession limits and discrepancies that may exist between the record description of the property and that of the adjoining properties.

Boundary surveys in the State of Texas must adhere to the requirements promulgated by the Texas Board of Professional Land Surveying (TBPLS). A map or plat of the survey is drafted from the field data to provide a representation of the parcel surveyed.

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Construction

Construction surveying: (lay-out or stake-out) the process of establishing and marking the position and detailed layout of new structures such as roads or buildings for subsequent construction. Includes creating coordinates from the construction plans for the points to be staked.

Forensic

Forensic surveys are often required for litigation, lawsuits, trials or hearings. The cases may range from criminal cases to civil and personal injury litigation. They typically require the location of information regarding the conditions at the time of the incident as well as the location of evidence related to the incident.

Subdivision

Preparing a plat of a subdivision for submittal to and review by the City and/or County governments. This includes partitioning a tract or tracts of land into two or more tracts for the purpose of conveying title to a portion of the original tract of land. Determining if an existing tract of land is recognized as having Legal Lot Status.

Topographic

Topographic surveys establish the change in grade or elevation of land and constructed features such as roadways, drainage channels and structures and are frequently utilized for design purposes. Specific costs relative to the construction of a foundation of a proposed structure or other improvements can be determined more precisely if a topographic survey is completed prior to design.
Autumn Acosta

Autumn Acosta

Apr 03, 2015
As a builder we had a similar experience. We waited for weeks for him to get the survey done. Then, when we needed a live oak added to it he was no where to be found. We had to get a whole new survey. Full review ›
Nick Mehl

Nick Mehl

Sep 15, 2014
As an architect I've dealt with many surveyors over the years and McMinn is the worst I've seen. When I first called to request a survey he said it would be 3-4 weeks. Fine, I'll wait. After 5 weeks I had to call and it appeared they forgot about it but they said it would be done the next day. Full review ›