How We Can Help
The team at KAZ Surveying can help you with the surveying services you need. We utilize total stations, levels, robotic total stations, and GPS. Below is a list of common services that we complete. If you have any questions about one of these services please contact us and we can go into greater detail on how we can be of assistance to you.
Form Board Surveys
FEMA Elevation Certificates
A Boundary Survey is used to identify boundary lines and property corners. These surveys can include the entire property or a cut out of a larger property.
Form Board Surveys
Locating form board and their relative placement to boundary lines, building lines, and easements. Municipalities often require these prior to pouring concrete.
FEMA ELEVATION CERTIFICATES
Elevation Certificate document the type of structure, critical elevation of the property and improvements, flood zone information, and base flood elevation if applicable. They are often required when obtaining flood insurance or building in or near a flood zone.
When developing and/or subdividing property various plats can be required. These may include, preliminary plats, minor plats, replats, final plats, and conveyance plats. You property may be subject to review by one or more governing body for platting approval.
ALTA/NSPS Surveys are often required for commercial closings. ALTA stands for American Land Title Association and NSPS stands for National Society of Professional Surveyors. An ALTA/NSPS survey is a boundary survey with additional requirements. These often include multiple items from Table A listed in the ALTA/NSPS standards. These various Table A items can impact the timing and cost of the survey.
Locating complete concrete slabs for relative placement to boundary lines, building lines, and easements. Elevation are often taken to show finish floor elevations.
These surveys show and terrain relief at agreed upon intervals, drainage structures, and utility inverts. Topographic surveys are often used for design and drainage purposes.
Setting lot/boundary corners. This service is often requested prior to setting forms for new construction or building a fence.
Surveys of residential properties are often referred to as Title Surveys. These surveys are completed prior to buying/selling a property.
An easement conveys a specific interest in a property. Examples of common easements include: Utility, Electric, Sewer, Water, Access, and Drainage. Easements can be described by metes and bounds descriptions or centerline description, and often include an exhibit.
Review of plans and calculating points and lines to stake in the field. A few specific services include: setting control and benchmarks, staking building, paving, utilities, grading, and other project improvements.
As-built surveys show contractors, engineers, and municipalities where proposed improvements were constructed. These surveys are often completed during construction to provide real time updates on construction progress.