Typically, all land and property development commences with a feature and contour survey. A feature and contour survey can best be described in it’s simplest form as an “accurate map” of the property or area being surveyed. Some common items can include:
• Service lines, valves and manholes
• Pools, rivers and dams
• Vertical datum point
• Retaining walls
• Natural ground level heights
• Contour lines
• Neighbouring buildings
The use of a feature and contour survey can vary from design applications through to assisting in planning approvals. This can include; home extensions, retaining walls, new houses, boundary / screen walls, landscaping and subdivisions. Being the backbone of the design and approval process it is critical the feature and contour survey is both accurate and structured. This combination can effectively lead towards a successful development.
By combining the latest in surveying technology and custom synchronized data sets; LINKS feature and contour surveys are completed promptly and efficiently. Our structured data allows for easy and cost effective designs; which ultimately saves the project time and money.
LINKS feature and contour surveys are fast leading the industry with numerous extra inclusions as standard:
• Structured survey data
• Site photo’s
• Calculated coastal distances
• Additional vertical datum point
• Site address references, including UBD and GPS co-ordinates
• Approximate Australian Height Datum ( AHD ) connections; where available
• Sewer connection calculations, where available
LINKS feature surveys are available in digital and hard-copy formats and meet all standard Council, architectural and building requirements
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