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Glossary

1. Building Department Survey– Survey for the sole purpose of legalizing structures (ie, Air Conditioners, Filters, generators, heaters, sheds, hot tubs, heights of fences etc.) and any items that may need a permit, certificate of occupancy (CO); certificate of existing use (CEU) or certificate of completion (CC).  Showing the improvements, specifically, to physically locate structures and improvements on a parcel of land, generally for closing out open permits (decks, patio, show fences, etc.)

2. CAD File– Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) data in an electronic format

3. FEMA Elevation Certificate– 4-6 Page certified federal document, taken from survey & elevation data performed on site. Taken on the outside and inside of the property, along with different floor levels and mechanical equipment. We must obtain access to the structure including crawlspace and other levels. The certificate shows coordinates, elevations, photos, diagrams, info and etc. 

4. Final Survey– Survey at the very end of the project, before inspector comes for the final inspection. It is needed so the inspector and building department can see what is on site and what they are looking at shows final grade elevation.

5. Foundation Location– Locate the dimensions of the as built foundation before backfilling or proceeding with framing.

6. Foundation Stakeout – Stakeout 4 corners (max) on offset for layout (based on approved set of plans)

7. Plot Plan– A combination of boundary and topographic surveys for preparation of a site plan to be used for designing improvements or developments and obtaining government building permits.

8. Property Line Stakeout– Property line boundary calculations and computations to determine relationship from an unknown coordinate to known coordinate and physically stake out and set witness reference markers at property line corners and vertices.

 · (Based on information supplied by your architect and/or landscape architect)
 · Proposed grading, drainage design.
 · Reflecting proposed new improvements.

9. Title Survey– Title surveys are for refinances or purchases. They are ordered by owner, purchaser, their representative (attorney, broker, agent) or title company.

10. Topographical Survey– A Land Survey locating natural and manmade features such as buildings, improvements, fences, elevations, land contours, trees, streams, etc. This type of survey may be required by a town or village, or may be used by Engineers and/or Architects for the design of improvements or developments on a site. Showing architects and building department requirements such as spot elevations, contours, and site features if needed.