Point to Point Land Surveyors offers a wide variety of land surveying services in North Carolina. Whether you require a boundary survey for a land purchase, construction staking for a development project, a FEMA flood elevation certificate or any other type of survey, we have the expertise, experience and resources to serve your needs.
A Brief History Of North Carolina Land Surveying
Land surveying has played a significant role in the history of North Carolina, from the early surveys of the Carolinas conducted in the 1700s by John Lawson and Edward Moseby to the work of John Daniel during North Carolina’s early statehood days, to the extensive re-mapping that took place throughout North Carolina in the Reconstruction era. While surveying tools and techniques of these early days were certainly limited in their accuracy, the work of these and other North Carolina land surveyors played a great role in defining boundaries and land distribution, and many of their original plats remain in the state’s land records today.
North Carolina Land Surveying Today
Today, land surveyors in North Carolina must be licensed by the North Carolina Board of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors, which sets stringent standards and approves licenses through a combination of experience and testing. With modern technological advances, surveying in the state today is conducted with much higher levels of accuracy as surveyors verify and clarify existing boundaries, resolve border disputes and re-draw plats according to the needs of property owners and developers.
Types Of Surveys Offered
As licensed surveyors in North Carolina, Point to Point Land Surveyors is pleased to provide a wide range of land survey services in the state. With our years of experience and our knowledge of local and state requirements, we have the expertise and talent to be your North Carolina land surveyors of choice. To learn more, call Point to Point Land Surveyors today at (866) 706-9114, or contact us here.