Just what are the duties of a surveyor? Sydney might be our home base, but with our services offered across Australia, it is clear that surveyors play an important role in the construction industry.
Surveyors are often the very first people on a construction site. It is their responsibility to provide town planners, architects, engineers and property owners with precise information about land and property boundaries. To do this, a surveyor will measure the distances, directions and angles of selected reference points both above and below ground.
Location does not limit your access to our skilled team of surveyors. Sydney, Brisbane and a broad range of localities across Australia get to enjoy our services. Over recent years, the introduction of drone surveys has allowed us to visit areas that were previously inaccessible.
Drone surveying is an exciting example of just how technological advancements can benefit the construction industry. The ability to view a site from overhead without having to hire expensive aircraft to do so reduces time constraints and budget costs.
Our individual lot surveys can be for a single property, for purposes of subdivision or for large scale developments. You are able to avoid unexpected surprises by fully mapping and analysing the limits of your property or job site.
By surveying an individual lot from overhead using drone technology, you can easily identify property boundaries and visualise opportunities for land subdivision and amalgamation.
Lease surveys are also another form of individual lot surveying. They are able to verify rental value of a property for potential investors.
Our team of surveyors in Sydney and across Australia are available to fulfil all of your individual lot survey needs.