The main purpose of a topographic survey is to collect survey data about both the natural and man-made features of the land, as well as its elevations. It is a detailed and accurate two-dimensional representation of the three-dimensional world.
There are multiple features involved in marking the physical attributes of the land in the topographic survey. Common elements such as peaks, valleys, and streams are identified with the help of contours and utility lines. If you are involved in urban planning, resource management, surveying, establishing legal boundaries, land ownership and more, an accurate topographic survey can help you determine all the required factors before beginning the construction work. At Dearden and Stanton Limited, we offer professional topographic surveys in Orillia and surrounding areas.
A topographical survey is especially beneficial for large construction companies. Before you begin the project, you can have a complete idea of the land and its elements so that you can foresee and prevent risks beforehand.
We are well-equipped with the latest technology to carry out the topographic survey. We use Global Positioning System (GPS) instrumentation, total station and other electronic data recording devices to conduct our survey.
Our wide array of services also include boundary surveys, lot grading plans, stormwater management, surveyor’s real property report and more. You can count on us for all your land surveying requirements.