Brooklyn Plot Plan


Arek Surveying provides clients throughout the NYC borough of Brooklyn with a wide array of surveying services, including a plot plan. In short, a plot plan is a type of survey that is used for construction sites to help complete a project safely. We are a licensed and insured surveying company who provides clients throughout Brooklyn with dependable results. For more information about a plot plan for the Brooklyn area, please give us a call. When you call, we can provide you with a free consultation and estimate.

What Is A Plot Plan?

A plot plan also goes by the name of site plan. A plot plan, in short, is a proposed plan for a construction site that includes all existing and proposed conditions on a given site and is a top-down orientation. The existing and proposed conditions always include:

  • structures
  • utilities
  • roadways
  • topography
  • wetlands delineation and location (if necessary)

The plot plan might also, but not always, include other various elements pertaining to the Brooklyn property. These elements include: hydrology, drainage flows, endangered species habitat, FEMA Federal Flood Insurance Reference Maps, traffic patterns, landscape elements and major infrastructure routes. Critical legal considerations are also common in this process and include such issues as property boundaries, setbacks and rights of way. At Arek Surveying, we have the capabilities to perform a plot plan that can suit whatever reasons you need.

Call Today For A Consultation

Arek Surveying has years of experience in the field and provides dependable plot plan services for clients throughout Brooklyn. If you need more information about it or any of our other surveying services, please contact us today. Please call 516-792-6676 or 718-846-4624 to reach our office. We will gladly answer any questions you may have regarding our surveying options. We can also provide you with a free estimate for our potential services.

Plot Plan Services are available in all New York and New Jersey Counties:
Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, Manhattan, Westchester, Yonkers, Richmond, Long Island - including Suffolk & Nassau County, Rockland, Bergen, Essex, etc.