Tag: History of Land Surveying

Instances Where a Land Survey Proves Useful

At BLAZE not only do we think it’s needed for any major land-related undertaking, but also, it can prove useful in a handful of scenarios that many people do not immediately think of. Here are a few instances where it’s good to have a land survey done: Construction Projects Most municipalities or states require a… Read more »

Land Surveying Projects in the Winter Is an American Tradition

The New Year is not just an exciting time for people hoping to change themselves with their resolutions; it is also an exciting time for businesses nationwide. A New Year means a new start, an opportunity to start fresh and unencumbered. There is only the future ahead of you and the worthwhile projects that will… Read more »

Great Land Surveying Stories: Solving the Mystery of the Mason-Dixon Line

  For several years, the search was on to discover the exact location of the starting point of the Mason-Dixon Line, the original site of the Plumstead Huddle House. The house has since been non-existent for one reason or another and finally, after thorough investigation of maps and other artifacts, the starting point for the… Read more »

The Evolution of Land Surveying

  The profession of land surveying is in fact one of the oldest in the world, dating back to 2700 BC in Egypt during the construction of the Great Pyramid at Giza. Since then, the practice has been viewed with the utmost significance as it determines boundaries and ownership of land. You see, the importance… Read more »