Land Surveys in Greenwich, CT
Welcome to Redniss & Mead, your trusted Greenwich land surveyors. We are your partner in transforming properties and communities through exceptional land use services. For over six decades, we have been committed to enhancing the landscapes of Greenwich and all of Connecticut. Our mission is rooted in providing tailored land survey solutions that reflect the unique goals and characteristics of each project.
At Redniss & Mead, we offer a comprehensive suite of services, including land surveying, civil engineering, planning and zoning, and permitting. Our land surveyors are proficient in providing detailed property surveys in Greenwich and across Fairfield and New Haven Counties, Connecticut, and Westchester County, New York, ensuring the first crucial step in property development is accurately achieved.
Land Surveying Services
Septic system testing and design
Wetland permit assistance
Flood Elevation Certificates
Services for Developers
Creative solutions to site challenges
Credibility with land use regulators
Land Services for Architects & Builders
Uncover issues early in the design process
Engineering solutions for site problems
Services for Land Use Attorneys
Solutions for inclusionary zoning
Open space planning
What our clients are saying
Planning & Zoning
Discover Greenwich, CT: A Legacy of Land and Development
Greenwich, CT, a town rich in history and progress, offers a unique tapestry of land development stories that date back to the 17th century. Initially settled in 1640, Greenwich’s land journey began with the purchase from Native Americans, marking the early roots of property delineation and surveying in the area.
As a territory initially caught between Dutch and English claims, Greenwich, known as “Groenwits” under Dutch sovereignty, served as a pivotal point in the colonial expansion. This early period of land disputes and jurisdictional changes laid the groundwork for the importance of accurate land surveys and property rights.
The town’s development accelerated in the mid-19th century with the arrival of the New York and New Haven Railroad. This transformation turned Greenwich from a scattered farming village into a flourishing suburban community linked closely to New York City. The establishment of Greenwich as a borough in 1854 catalyzed the construction of new public buildings and residential areas, emphasizing the importance of meticulous land planning and surveying.
Today, Greenwich is known for its vibrant neighborhoods and commercial centers, particularly along Greenwich Avenue. This historic district, with its architectural diversity spanning from Italianate to Georgian Revival styles, epitomizes the town’s rich history of land use and development.
At Redniss & Mead, we honor this legacy by continuing to provide exceptional land surveying services, ensuring that the rich history and development of Greenwich are respected and preserved. As we survey and plan your property, we are not just marking boundaries; we are becoming a part of this historic community’s ongoing story.