Land Surveying

In the Land Surveying community professionalism and quality are assumed. However, not all surveyors are created equally. What differentiates surveyors? We believe responsiveness, a commitment to quality, attention to detail, rigorous internal quality assurance and quality control, open and honest communication, and understanding a client’s expectations are traits that separate Thew Associates from our competitors. We believe that given the opportunity, Thew Associates will become your preferred surveyor.

Land Services

  • Commercial, retail, and industrial conveyances and mortgages.
  • Precise monitoring of structures for lateral or vertical movement (dams, bridges, buildings, etc.)
  • Monitoring movements of unstable soils
  • Use of GPS and traditional surveying techniques to monitor movement
  • Commercial, retail, and industrial conveyances and mortgages.
  • Project boundary determination for architectural planning and engineering design
  • Acquisition mapping for state agencies (e.g. Department of Transportation – highway acquisitions, New York Power Authority – transmission line acquisitions and/or right-of-ways)
  • Subdivision design, including lot configuration, septic system, stormwater retention, and roadway design
  • Boundary line dispute resolution
  • Project development and civil site design
  • Municipal water distribution, sanitary sewer, and stormwater collection systems
  • Photogrammetric (aerial) mapping of large tracts or inaccessible sites
  • Underground utility tracing, locating, and mapping
    • Layout for grading, site improvements, structures, roadways, site utilities (e.g. storm, sanitary, water, electric, natural gas, and communications), and storm water retention facilities
    • As-built surveys of site improvements and utilities
    • Use of GPS and traditional surveying techniques to monitor movement
    • Establishment of horizontal and vertical control, utilizing static and differential (RTK) GPS surveying techniques, for photogrammetric mapping
    • Community Based Network (CBN) densification utilizing static GPS surveying techniques
    • Establishment of horizontal and vertical control at project site
    Jeremey L. Sweeney, PLS

    jsweeney@thewassociates.com

    315.386.2776

    Jeremey L. Sweeney, PLS
    315.386.2776
    jsweeney@thewassociates.com

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