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Commercial Construction Surveys

What Is a Commercial Construction Survey

A commercial construction survey is a type of land survey that is used to assess the property involved in a construction project. This survey provides an analysis of the land type, the boundaries of the property, what rights and responsibilities the property owner has, and a visual representation of all of the above. It also identifies any potential hazards or risks such as whether the land type will affect construction or if the property owner is responsible for any phone wires or other structures located on the property. The results of the survey can be used to make informed decisions about the project and help ensure that it is completed safely and protect the property owner from potential future legal problems.

Why Do I Need a Commercial Construction Survey

Commercial construction surveys are extremely important because, without them, the property owner can run into more problems than just property boundary disputes. If the construction is happening in an area of wetlands or mountains, for example, the land type can have a dramatic effect on what can be built on the property and how it needs to be constructed. Additionally, the property owner may have certain restrictions, rights, and responsibilities for features of the property that a commercial construction survey will make them aware of. The rules and regulations for commercial properties are often different than they are for residential properties, so having a commercial construction survey done is crucial for the property owner to complete their projects correctly and legally protect themselves.

Commercial Construction Survey Process

Commercial Construction Surveys need to be done thoroughly and accurately. The process involves the same topographical and boundary surveys that are done for any other type of survey. A licensed surveyor will create a map of all of the features of the property and where the property boundaries are. In commercial construction surveys, underground features such as sewers are also mapped and detailed. The perimeters of all plots, worksites, structures, etc. are then staked out to serve as guides during the construction process. Construction will then proceed while adhering to any and all necessary specifications outlined in the initial survey. Once construction is complete, a building surveyor will then conduct a second survey to verify that the construction has been completed to the specifications outlined in the initial survey.

FAQ

Every commercial construction project is vastly different, which affects the turnaround time for a commercial construction survey. GT Surveys prioritizes customer service, so our surveys are conducted as quickly as possible without sacrificing accuracy. Contact us for a time estimate on your commercial construction survey.

Because each project is different, the cost of your commercial construction survey will vary just as the completion time will/ Contact us for a quote on a commercial construction survey.

Commercial construction surveys are required in order to ensure that your building project meets the necessary specifications and protect the property owner from potential issues or legal trouble.

Only a licensed surveyor like GT Surveys is approved and able to conduct a commercial construction survey.

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