When you want to make changes or improvements to your property, a current land survey is the first step. These are also sometimes referred to as: plot plans, A2 surveys or property surveys.
Tell Us Your Project Goals
The type of survey you need is determined by the end result you want to achieve. For example, you may need a simple boundary stake-out to erect a fence. Or a detailed Zoning Location Survey to support your request for a zoning variance. For some permits, you may need a survey performed to a specific standard of accuracy. An “A2 survey” is a term often used by building departments regarding permits.
Save Time and Money
Our land surveyors help you accomplish your goals with the appropriate type of survey – not too little nor too much for your project. That saves you time and money.
Using efficient digital technology, we deliver quality maps that your architect, contractor or municipal agency find easy to read and use. That means your project goes faster and more smoothly. Redniss & Mead’s licensed land survey professionals provide a wide range of land surveying services to individual homeowners and developers.
Land Surveying Areas
Our land surveyors provide property surveys throughout Fairfield County including Stamford, Greenwich, Norwalk, Westport, Darien and Danbury. When it comes to Connecticut Land Surveying services, choose only the best – Redniss & Mead!
Land Surveying Services
These are surveys that are often referred to as “A-2 Surveys”
Existing Building Location Survey (commonly called a “plot plan”)
Zoning Location Survey
Improvement Location Survey (“As-Built”)
ALTA/ACSM Land Title Survey
Boundary (Property Line) Stake-Out
General Location Survey
Right of Way Survey
Horizontal Control Survey
Vertical Control Survey
Data Accumulation Plan
Construction Stake-Out Services
Construction Layout & Monitoring
Property/Boundary Research and Expert Witness Services
Average Grade / Grade Plane Analysis
Underground Utility Mapping
Flood Elevation Certificates
Flood Insurance Rate Map Amendments (LOMA) and Revisions (LOMR)