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A survey that the meets the standards established by the American Land Title Association (ALTA), the American Congress on Surveying and Mapping (ACSM) and the National Society of Professional Surveyors (NSPS).  This type of survey includes a boundary survey with corners monumented, all improvements shown, utilities shown, area of land and buildings computed and  certified to designated parties. 


A survey performed with the purpose of showing contructed improvements to a property.


A survey which documents the perimeters of a parcel of land by establishing corners, monuments and boundary lines for the purpose of describing the parcel, locating improvements to property, or dividing a parcel.


A survey of a new or existing building showing divisions of ownership for each unit, as well as areas of shared ownership within the condominium association. 


A survey showing areas being dedicated for special use, such as utilities, drainage, roadways, or other special needs.  Plats of Vacation reverse the use of publicly dedicated roadways, alleys, or easements.  These plats are usually attached to legal documentation describing an intended purpose.


This is a survey that takes a large piece of land and divides into smaller pieces of land or lots.  In order for this land to be divided, you must follow guidelines set forth by the village, town or county board where the property is located. This type of survey usually includes, a boundary survey, possibly a topographic survey or an ALTA survey.  After design and approval of a subdivision plat , property can then be split up and sold as "lots".


A boundary survey showing the existing natural features on a piece of land.  This would include spot grades, contours, horizontal and vertical relationships of existing improvements on the property.