A survey means different things to different people, and many don’t know the type of land survey needed. As consultants and survey professionals, our job is to dig deeper and define the true scope, so clients receive the right amount of data for their projects. This article covers the seven most common land surveys.
When a project route runs through valuable farmland, it can prove to be a sticking point for many of the stakeholders within the project area. In my experience, what’s critical to managing this process goes beyond technical know-how and hard numbers—it takes an understanding of human nature and emotional connections to the land.
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