West Belt Surveying combines years of experience with the latest in electronic equipment, such as GPS, robotic total stations, electronic levels and data collectors to generate accurate field data that is vital to the effective planning, design and construction of any project.
- 15.1.1 Survey
- 15.1.2 Parcel Plats
- 15.1.3 Legal Descriptions
- 15.1.4 Right of Way Maps
- 15.2.1 Design and Construction Survey
- 15.4.1 Horizontal & Vertical Control for
Texas Board of Professional Land Surveying – Registered Professional Land Surveyor
Texas Licensed Surveying Firm
Member of the Texas Society of Professional Land Surveyors
Member of the National Society of Professional Surveyors
West Belt Surveying has extensive experience in the following specialty areas:
- ALTA/NSPS Land Title Surveys: The American Land Title Association and the National Society of Professional Surveyors have jointly adopted professional standards to meet title insurance company requirements.
- Boundary Surveys: The process of establishing or re-establishing property boundary lines both on the ground and by mapping and legal descriptions. This process includes researching historical documents such as deeds and court house records.
- Topographic Surveys: Applying surveying technology to an area on the surface of the earth, to determine the configuration and the location of manmade and natural objects or improvements.
- Subdivision Platting: Dividing a tract of land into smaller parcels and recording in the local court house. These are typically ordered by land developers. Plats are governed by local regulations and are signed and sealed by a registered professional land surveyor.
- Right-of-Way Mapping: The surveying and mapping process of highway, railroad or other public entity showing the relationship of the right-of-way to adjacent property.
- GPS: Highly accurate, cost effective satellite technology for performing topographic and control surveys. GPS equipment provides fast and accurate results benefiting today’s surveyor.
- As-Built Surveys: During and after construction a survey is performed to determine the location, both horizontally and vertically, of the constructed objects in order to determine if the project conforms to standards set by the construction plans and/or governmental entity.
- Construction Staking: Using engineer and architecture construction drawings, survey stakes are established on the project site which gives the location and elevations of the proposed improvements.
- Forensic Surveys: When an accident happens a Forensic Survey may be required in order to have an accurate interpretation of the mishap.
- Monitor Surveys: The process of a Monitor Survey may include installation of a permanent monument for vertical control and checking an existing building, for movement, usually during construction adjacent to the existing building.
- Flood Plain Certificates: Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) publishes flood maps from which a Flood Plain Certificate is prepared and signed by a Registered Surveyor as required for flood insurance.
- Tree Surveys: Contact us for more information about Tree Surveys.