Land Survey

Services

The Land Group offers a wide range of land survey services in our office, which include Cadastral Survey, Engineering Survey, Topographic Survey, Boundary Survey, Construction Survey, Remove Sensing Survey, and ALTA Survey.  Our firm has done more than 200 survey projects in Treasure Valley. Our experience includes, but is not limited to, the following projects: 

CCDC - Central Addition Topography

Simplot Farms - 2,800 Acre Survey; Melba, Idaho

The Village at Meridian - Boundary & Construction Staking; Meridian, Idaho

Idaho Youth Ranch-Middleton, Idaho 

Paramount Subdivision – 32 Phases of Platting; Meridian, Idaho 

Somerset Ridge Subdivision – Foothills Boundary, Platting, & Construction Staking

Afton Condominiums - Downtown Boise, Idaho

Duck Valley Shopai Indian Reservation

Four Solar Farms-Idaho – Boundary, Topography, & ALTA Surveys

Marianne Williams Park-Boise, Idaho

War Eagle Mountain/Silver City – Patented Mining Claim Retracement/Staking & Tunnel Topography

St Luke’s Hosptials, Southern Idaho

 

Albertson’s Stores– Boundary, Topography & Construction Staking; Southern Idaho

Washington Group Plaza – Boundary & ALTA Surveys

Bogus Basin – Boundary, Topography, & Construction Staking; Boise Idaho

Clearwater Paper – Boundary, Topography, & ALTA Surveys; Lewiston Idaho

Plantation Golf Course – Boundary & ALTA Survey; Boise Idaho

McCall Hospital – Boundary & Topography Survey; McCall Idaho 

JUMP - Site, ALTA, & Condominium; Boise, Idaho

Micron Semiconductor – 2,000 acre ALTA Survey; Boise, Idaho

Equipment

Since many of our projects rely on the initial creation of accurate ground data, The Land Group believes that the precision of ground data acquisition is fundamental in the success of our team. With that mindset, we implement the latest cutting edge survey technologies. Along with our top of the line GPS systems and Robotic Total Stations. The Land Group also employs High Definition Laser Scanning and Unmanned Aerial Systems to give them the technological advantage needed to keep up with the ever increasing demand for ultra-high precision ground data.