What Is a Site Survey?
A site survey is also known as property surveys, boundary surveys, land surveys, etc. The term site survey, is described by Wikipedia as :
“A site survey is an inspection of an area where work is proposed, to gather information for a design or an estimate to complete the initial tasks required for an outdoor activity. It can determine a precise location, access, best orientation for the site and the location of obstacles. The type of site survey and the best practices required depend on the nature of the project. Examples of projects requiring a preliminary site survey include urban construction, specialized construction (such as the location for a telescope) and wireless network design.
In hydrocarbon exploration, for example, site surveys are run over the proposed locations of offshore exploration or appraisal wells. They consist typically of a tight grid of high resolution (high frequency) reflection seismology profiles to look for possible gas hazards in the shallow section beneath the seabed and detailed bathymetric data to look for possible obstacles on the seafloor (e.g. shipwrecks, existing pipelines) using multibeam echosounders.”
A site survey can deal with a variety of disciplines. One of these may include but not limited to a commercial site survey for development and design.
We perform site surveys for civil engineering purposes, drainage purposes and more. Call us today to learn more about your site and what you plan to build on it. A site survey can run in the low thousands or if the project is super large, the price tag may be large as well. Call today for more information; call (435) 623-0897.