SERVICES: Professional Land Surveying in New York State

Boundary  Survey

The purpose of a boundary survey is to locate the physical location of the property on the ground.

To perform a boundary survey of a property,  Williams & Edsall Land Surveyors, P.C. will follow  these steps:

Click the links below for Boundary Survey examples
    Large lot rural survey
    Small lot rural survey
    Small lot village survey
Example files are in PDF format.
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Subdivision Survey

A subdivision divides a property into smaller parcels. The subdivision process and map requirements vary depending upon the municipality and the complexity of the subdivision.

 To prepare a subdivision survey of your property, Williams & Edsall Land Surveyors will follow these steps:

Click here for a Subdivision Survey example.
Example files are in PDF format.
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Topographic Survey

A topographic survey is sometimes necessary in a subdivision survey to assist the surveyor in complying with the municipality’s regulations for septic design and road design. 

A topographic survey is usually needed for a construction site. Williams & Edsall Land Surveyors will coordinate closely with the Professional Engineer, Architect or Landscape Architect who is designing the new facilities.

To prepare a topographic survey of your property Williams & Edsall Land Surveyors, P.C. will follow these steps:

Click here for a Topographic Survey example.
Example files are in PDF format.
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Elevation Certificates

The Federal Emergency Management Agency requires homeowners to submit an Elevation Certificate as part of the application process to review flood insurance requirements.

To prepare an Elevation Certificate Williams & Edsall Land Surveyors, P.C. will follow these steps:

Click here for an Elevation Certificate example.
Example files are in PDF format.
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Construction Layout

Contractors often need critical points staked out precisely. These points may be elevations for grading and drainage, or they may be for building corners for set back compliance.

Williams & Edsall Land Surveyors, PC will establish control points at the site prior to construction work to enable us to provide the necessary critical points for the contractor to begin construction.