Category: Land Surveying Safety Procedures

Buying New Land? Have a Land Use Planning Survey Performed

Land Surveying for newly purchased land

There’s so much that goes into buying new land to build a home or commercial structure on. We wish it were as simple as buying the land, signing on the dotted lines, and starting the building process, but unfortunately it’s far from it. With so many factors to consider, such as drainage, stability concerns, traffic… Read more »

Why a Land Survey is Important for Your Solar Installation

Solar panels on property after land surveying

Solar power has become more popular recently in the United States as focus on renewable energy has increased. Solar installations allow us to convert the natural energy of sunlight into electricity, saving money and helping the environment in the process. But if you’re considering a solar installation of any kind, it’s important to do a… Read more »

FAA Certification for Cellular and Broadcasting Towers

Land surveying for FAA Certifications

The Federal Aviation Administration has a set of rules and guidelines for when it comes to building cellular towers and broadcasting towers. Since these towers are extremely tall, they need to be built with guidelines for the safety of aviation. What is the FAA Certification Guidelines for these Towers? Building commercial structures is a tricky… Read more »

Drones Prove Useful in Surveying & Mapping

Using drones in land surveying services

Drones have become an incredible tool for many different industries. When it comes to surveying and mapping, drones prove to be much more useful in the process of land surveying for several different projects. When drones are used by land surveyors for different jobs, it has been rather beneficial for productivity, planning, mapping, and collecting… Read more »

Land Surveying During the Winter Months

Many people don’t think hiring a land surveyor during the winter months is a good idea due to the frozen ground and colder air, but in reality, this could be a good time to hire a land surveyor for their services, and here is the reason why. Business Slows Down in the Winter Not many… Read more »

Benefits of Re-Sloping Your Land Before Construction

If you have a piece of land that you’re looking to build on, there is quite a bit of work to do in preparation. One major obstacle to get over is re-sloping. Not every piece of land will need this done, but many do. Re-sloping your land will make building a home, barn, shed, or… Read more »

Natural Disasters and Land Surveying

Natural disasters and land surveying

Hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, and wildfires have riddled our communities across the country. As of late, it seems there have been more and more frequent tropical storms and wildfires spread across many areas of the United States. Once a natural disaster strikes down, the aftermath can be very difficult to overcome. It’s time for rebuilding once… Read more »

Problems that Land Surveyors Have

A land survey being done

Land surveying comes with many challenges that take some time to fix. Common issues aren’t quick fixes either. They can become headaches for land surveyors, and we would like to share those issues with you, so if you ever need surveying done, you can expect there might be some problems. Most Common Issues Owner’s Time… Read more »

Weather Can Affect Land Surveying

Professional land surveyors know that the job is anything but mundane. There are always new challenges, and Mother Nature is not always on our side, especially in a state like Vermont, where we experience all extremes on a yearly basis. Here are a few common weather conditions that land surveyors face and how to work… Read more »

Land Surveying Safety Procedures

  Safety is important when working on any job, but for some careers it is of utmost importance. Outdoor workers who work with many different colleagues and heavy equipment are at the top of this list.   A professional land surveyor has many responsibilities. They organize and direct one or more colleagues to survey portions… Read more »