Our Surveying Services
Alpha has been helping to define the boundaries of our communities. Utilizing state-of-the-art equipment, our licensed land surveyors and experienced field personnel provide highly skilled and reliable management for any surveying project. Alpha has a full staff of surveyors including five licensed surveyors. Our experts in the field are solidly backed up by an experienced office staff to insure accuracy and efficacy in all aspects of the project.
Many times you need to get the “big picture.” Alpha can take a high-resolution aerial photograph that will accomplish just that.
Alpha is knowledgeable in ALTA Land Surveys which meet the requirements detailed by the American Land Title Association and the American Congress on Surveying and Mapping.
Many agencies require as-built surveys. Even in the most perfect conditions, variations in the field can change the plans. Alpha strives to produce the most accurate plans possible.
Alpha provides surveys to determine property boundaries and define true property corners as described in a deed. They will also indicate the extent of any easements or encroachments and may show the limitations imposed on the property by state or local regulations.
Construction stakeouts for commercial and residential projects is a crucial step in the building process that can influence whether a project finishes on time, on budget, and free from errors.
Existing Features Surveys
We will complete any existing features surveys that are required by a municipality or county Planning Commission.
Precision and accuracy are important to any project large or small which is why Alpha can complete GPS mapping to ensure detailed measurements and data are collected.
We conduct any roadway surveys which are essential in all stages of road design, construction and alterations.
Our team conducts a thorough survey of terrain which is essential to any project and can lessen the possibility of costly mistakes and unforeseen issues.
Our team can conduct a survey for wetlands on a property. The discovery of wetlands on property may increase the project’s permitting cost and lengthen the time line.