For your land surveying needs in Florida, you can rely on Point to Point Land Surveyors to deliver accurate results, on time and within budget. Our Florida land surveyors have extensive experience with many different survey types, coupled with a dedication to excellent customer service and a commitment to meet or exceed the standards set by state and local authorities. Whether you need construction staking for a development project, a FEMA flood elevation certificate or a commercial boundary survey, we have the expertise and knowledge to make sure the job is done correctly.

A Brief Synopsis Of Florida Land Surveying

Spain was the first European nation to explore and claim the land that is now Florida in the 1500s, and many of the old Spanish land grant records are still available at the Florida State Archives. Britain assumed possession of this territory in 1763 as part of a trade for Havana, Cuba, but Spain regained control after the Revolutionary War. Eventually, Florida became a United States possession in 1821, after which time it was fully surveyed in square sections in accordance with the Public Land Surveying System, which was established in the U.S. by the Land Ordinance of 1785. Florida land surveyors today draw upon these records as a frame of reference as they verify and clarify boundaries, as well as in the creation consolidation and subdivision plats as required for development purposes. Licensing of surveyors in Florida is overseen by the Florida Department of Agriculture.

Point to Point Land Surveying is duly licensed in the State of Florida to provide many different types of surveys. For more information or to obtain a quote, call Point to Point Land Surveyors today at (866) 706-9114, or contact us here.