Lane S. Bishop & Associates - A land surveyor is an independent, licensed professional who researches property descriptions and deeds, conducts physical lot line assessments and marks land boundaries with standing corner markers in accordance with all applicable local, state and national laws.View All Services
The planning & zoning council or land development office will be involved in most of your ground breaking project. They handle the permitting process. When certain clients want us to, we will personally walk you through the initial idea into the process of getting it approved and getting signatures. This works out well for developers and people that live out of town and also those that have no idea about the complicated permitting process. One of the many personal services Lane S. Bishop & Associates offer.
For any kind of earthwork, the key to survival is an accurate estimate of dirt qualities and volumes. Without an accurate estimate, contractors will have little or no chance to present an accurate bid (let alone a winning bid). And without an accurate estimate, the contractor will be unable to properly assign construction assets or formulate a project schedule. Estimating earthwork construction requires many assumptions and unknowns. Because of this, it is this portion of the construction project that represents the greatest financial risk to the contractor. We can help you determine the proper volume to remove, and/or add.
Construction layout and staking surveys calculate and mark (on the ground) the horizontal and vertical positions of a structure to be constructed. We take an engineer or architects design on paper and transfer the calculations onto the ground. We work closely with design professionals and contractors and are able to make design dreams a reality.
Sometimes individuals want to know exactly what they have in order to do a redesign or update an existing project. If they do not have accurate drawings, we are able to come in and measure everything that is existing and provide this to the design professional ensuring that the job is accurate from the start.
Lane S. Bishop & Associates can help you on a perfectly designed septic tank system. The decision of whether to go with an engineered or non-engineered residential septic system depends on the ground under the new or existing home. The type of soil, the slope of the property, the size of the lot, and other structures that sit on the site are all factors that impact septic system installation.
The work done by a professional engineer on a challenging lot ensures the system has a higher chance of working well, without problems, for years to come.
Successful precision manufacturers will demonstrate math competencies in geometry and measurement skills, the ability to interpret technical drawings and read blueprints, critical thinking abilities, awareness of safety standards, and the ability to measure design land with great accuracy. Therefore, why not find an alike minded Land Engineer that can give you the same results that your company will offer? The future is now, lets build it together.
The point of a topographic land survey is to note the natural and man-made features within the land. These may include hills, ravines, streams, trees, fences, buildings, and other improvements over the natural state of the land. A topographical survey shows the location, size, and height of these types of improvements, as well as gradual changes in elevation.
Topographic surveys may also be used when determining the optimal plan for drainage ditches, grading, or other features, using the natural landscape as the basis for such improvements.