For quality land surveys in Mississippi, you can rely on Point to Point Land Surveyors to provide results with guaranteed accuracy, on time and within budget. Our Mississippi land surveyors are state licensed and well-versed in state and local regulations, and they have the proven experience and expertise to provide a wide range of surveying services throughout the state. Whether you require a simple boundary survey for a home purchase, a subdivision plat for neighborhood development or a topographic survey for more extensive development, our team of professionals has the skills and experience to get the job done right.
A Brief History Of Mississippi Land Surveying
The land that is now Mississippi was claimed by several nations during colonial times, from the Spanish explorers to the French, and then to the British, before it was deeded to the new United States at the end of the Revolutionary War. Mississippi was among the first territories in the U.S. to be surveyed via the Public Land Survey System (as opposed to the older metes-and-bounds method) as decreed by the Land Ordinance of 1785. The results of those early surveys can be seen today in the rectangular divisions of land that still exist throughout the state.
Land surveying in Mississippi today draws upon the information of those early surveys, typically for the purpose of verifying and clarifying boundaries, as well as consolidating or subdividing land. Modern surveying methods today are much more technologically advanced, allowing for far greater levels of accuracy in measuring and clarifying boundaries, as well as detailing topography and elevation.
Types Of Surveys Offered
Our Mississippi land surveyors offer a full range of surveying services depending on the needs of our clients. With more than a century of combined surveying experience, Point to Point Land Surveyors is known for its accuracy and excellent customer service in meeting the surveying needs of our clients. For more information about how we can help with your Mississippi land surveying needs, call us today at (866) 706-9114, or contact us here.