Arek Surveying has years of experience offering the best in engineering surveying throughout the Brooklyn area. And not only that, we offer a whole host of other surveying options. So no matter what sort of survey you need, we have you covered! For more information about our various surveying options, please contact us today. We will gladly answer any questions or concerns you may have regarding our surveying operations. You can also call our office at 516-792-6676. When you call, we can provide you with a free estimate, as well as go over the details about the survey. Our engineering surveying in Brooklyn is licensed and fully insured, so you can trust our team to get the job the right!
Engineering surveying is associated with the engineering design and often requires geodetic computations beyond normal civil engineering practice. This attention to detail is essential, otherwise mistakes happen. So it is imperative to stay on top of these details no matter what. An engineering survey also used topographic surveys, layout and as-built surveys in conjunction.
Our professionally skilled technicians bring their years of knowledge and experience to all of our surveying projects. These surveys assist construction professionals with planning, designing and keeping tabs on structural integrity quality. These surveys are important for current and future referencing while performing maintenance or additional construction on a finished development. Engineering surveying in Brooklyn also allows for updates on boundary lines and prepares sites for construction projects. Many need to complete these surveys in order to prevent legal disputes for occurring. in the future.
In the long history of the earth, surveyors have helped build and develop societies around the world. The only difference now is that we have better tools! When it comes to engineering surveying, its primary role is to determine the position of natural and man-made objects. Then record that data for planning purposes in the future. Some other requirements are:
Setting and resetting boundaries
Collecting, analyzing, and managing Infrastructure
Design, develop and operate systems for collecting and analyzing information concerning the recorded data
Surveyors use their own operating systems to analyze the collected data. This data gives us insight to the land, ocean, natural resources and man-made features of the area. All of this helps with any construction planning and building. We use the most high-tech and sophisticated tools and equipment possible. So no results are put to chance.
In general, surveying engineers use GPS’s, electronic theodolites, aerial photographs and satellite imagery to better analyze the earth. These instruments are vital to accurately surveying the land for building purposes.