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Your property has a history of contamination and environmental damage, but is it safe to use? You can never be truly sure about the usability and safety of your land until you have had it surveyed by environmental surveyors. Their service makes sense during recovery efforts after any ecological damage, as they are knowledgeable and equipped to conduct flood risk assessment, environmental screenings, and contaminated land analysis. With their help, you can be confident that your property will be good and safe to use in the long run.
Environmental surveying is conducted using a variety of methods to determine the potential impact of the environment and related factors on construction developments and real estate. Likewise, it seeks to understand how construction developments and real estate will have on nature. It can only be conducted properly by certified and experienced environmental surveyors. These are professionals who are not only trained in conventional land surveying techniques, but in specialized environmental surveying, too. That way, you can count on them to deliver results from different types of tasks, like construction staking, as-built and boundary surveys, monitoring well, topographic surveying, Geo tracker reporting, and earth quantity calculations.
Contaminated land surveys are among the services an environmental surveyor can do for you. They are conducted to determine the level of threat on a proposed or existing structure by contaminated land, which can be the case if it is near or on a site that is currently or has a history of being used for waste disposal or industrial waste. Environmental surveyors will conduct this due diligence survey before you modify or build on the property, and they can repeat it after you have recovered your land from damage to make sure that it remains safe in the long run.
Environmental surveyors can screen your property for risks that may affect proposed or existing real estate developments. That way, they can determine if the property is damaged or can be potentially damaged by undermining. Likewise, they can tell if it is susceptible to the effects of ground gas and proximity to a government licensed facility for waste disposal. For speedy and accurate results, surveyors use conventional surveying methods along with advanced equipment, like GPS and high-definition 3D land surveying tools.
About the Author:
Armando Dupont, a professional land surveyor, started his career in surveying in 1977 and has extensive experience in managing personnel and projects. His experience includes: topographic mapping, boundary surveys and analysis, construction and control surveying, preparation of tract and parcel maps, earth work calculation and quantities, targeting and control for photogrammetric, and land title surveys in accordance with the American Land Title Association and the American Congress on Surveying and Mapping. Mr. DuPont founded Calvada Surveying, Inc. in 1989 and is a licensed Professional Land Surveyor in the State of California.