Arek Surveying performs a wide range of trusted and reliable surveys across the New York area, including construction surveying. This includes the NYC tri-state area (Brooklyn & Queens) and Nassau County. Our staff of surveyors is licensed and certified, so you can trust our results. Get in touch with us today to learn about how our construction surveying procedures can benefit your upcoming project. The numbers for our office are 516-792-6676, 718-846-4624. Or send us an email at email@example.com. When you reach out, we can provide you with a free consultation and estimate.
Construction surveying establishes and marks the position and details the layout of new structures, such as roads or buildings for subsequent construction. There are some steps that are typical of this sort of survey. They are:
The first step of this type of survey is to perform a property survey. This needs to be done before any actual construction takes place or any architectural plans are being prepared. This will help avoid any unwanted disputes
In addition to property survey, property corners stakeout is a very common request which helps avoid errors later on.
The next step is the location of anchor bolts, axis lines layout, and marking of benchmarks. Those reference marks are essential to any contractor providing construction services.
At later stages of construction, the contractor may ask us to transfer axis lines and benchmarks to subsequent floors. This is done accurately and does not interrupt any ongoing work on the construction site.
Only consult with the professionals with Arek Surveying when it comes to any of your surveying needs. We will examine each situation independently and provide you with results that are dependable. Construction staking is a crucial surveying aspect and needs to be left to the pros!
The history of construction surveying dates back to ancient times. In recent years, Stonehenge has undergone reevaluation. Scholars are debating the use of prehistoric surveyors of the time using peg and rope geometry to place the stones where they are. The Great Pyramid of Giza is a nearly perfect square and has a north-south orientation, which leads one to conclude that the Egyptians had a good command of surveying. In more modern times, new technology has developed to enhance the accuracy of efficiency of surveying areas to build upon. GPS part of this new technology. It quickly measures the distance between two points. It also takes into account the differences in elevation, which comes in handy. When you choose Arek Surveying, all of the best tools will be at your disposal.
A surveyor performs as-built surveys of piles, anchor bolts, columns, slabs, etc between the subsequent stages of construction. This ensures all construction is built as planned. Or it shows the errors, which gives workers the time to correct them. The last step of construction surveying is an as-built survey, also called a final survey. Here, the surveyor measures finished structures and shows its relation to the property lines and grade elevation. The monitoring of the movement of various structures adjacent to a construction area is also an important part of surveying. The contractor, or owners of the adjacent structures, can request it.
Different situations call for different surveying methods. This is why communication is a very important aspect of that type of work. Once the proposal is finished, our crews are mobilized in 1-2 days. Our surveyors can handle any size job. So please, do not hesitate to reach out and learn more about our construction surveying options.
Arek Surveying has years of experience providing customers with trusted and reliable surveys of all kinds, including construction surveying. For more information about our surveying options, please contact our office. We will discuss with you the details of this type of survey and decide if it is the right path to take for your specific situation. We can provide you with a free estimate regarding our potential services.
Our Construction Surveying Services are available in all New York and New Jersey Counties:
Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, Manhattan, Westchester, Yonkers, Richmond, Rockland, Bergen, Essex, Suffolk, Nassau County etc., including the NYC area.