Where do you need land surveyors?
There are several types of surveyors and they all have one thing in common: they all measure and draw what the earth’s surface looks like.
A land surveyor first assesses then analyses geographical information used in the planning and construction of new building structures. They are the leaders of surveying parties, measuring land, air space and water areas, including the airspace that is allocated specifically to airports.
A land surveyor is responsible for:
Equipment used by land surveyors includes:
Once the analysis is complete, a land surveyor will then proceed to draw up the plans for their client. If required to do so, they will lodge these plans with the state government, who keeps a record of all boundaries in the state’s cadastre (the governments register of all interests in land and property).