Precision Land Surveying

Surveying and land surveying is the measurement and mapping of our surrounding environment using mathematics, specialized technology and equipment. Surveyors measure just about anything on the land, in the sky or on the ocean bed. They even measure polar ice-caps.

Land surveyors work in the office and in the field – from suits to boots. Out in the field, they use the latest technology such as high order GPS, Robotic Total Stations (Theodolites), and aerial and terrestrial scanners to map an area, making computations and taking photos as evidence.  Surveyors work on a diverse variety of projects from land subdivision and mining exploration, to tunnel building and major construction, which means no two days are the same. They are experts in determining land size and measurement. They also give advice and provide information to guide the work of engineers, architects and developers.

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Precision Land Surveying Services

We don’t consult in an industry unless we have mastered its challenges and demonstrated improvements. In many cases, we have developed solutions, project management protocols, and diagnostic equipment to streamline processes.

We've leading the industry since 1955  with advanced technologies that provide the highest accuracy, precision and control in land surveying. We provide customers, across various industries, with end-to-end product and service solutions that ensure the reliability and accurate site investigations, documentation and industry leading customer service.

LCC has featured Surveying as a core service since 1955 and recognizes that a high quality survey is essential for good design.




  • Records Research/records Compilation
  • Site Investigation
  • Coordination with Multiple Agencies
  • Boundary Surveys (Including Encroachment Observations and Fenceline Surveys)
  • Control Surveys (including Monumentation Surveys)
  • Topographic Surveys (using both aerial and ground data collection methods)
  • Cross-section Surveys
  • Deformation/Settling Monitoring
  • Lot Line Adjustments
  • Preparation of Plat Maps and Legal Descriptions
  • Records of Survey/Corner records
  • Utility Surveys (including overhead, above ground and below ground)
  • Creek/Channel Surveys
  • As-Built Surveys/Record Drawings
  • ALTA/ACSM Surveys
  • Preparation of Base Maps and Exhibit Maps
  • Global Positioning Satellite Surveys
  • Digital Leveling