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How Engineers and Land Surveyors Help Each Other

How Engineers and Land Surveyors Help Eachother

If you're constantly involved in a new construction project, you may have once asked yourself - what's the difference between an engineer and a land surveyor? After all, they both visit the site frequently throughout the entire process.

While both require complimentary skills, they are two entirely different jobs. Without prior knowledge, you may not be able to tell the two apart.  Here's what you need to know about both engineers and land surveyors, as well as how they help each other the whole way through a project.

What to Know - 3 Steps of a Land Survey

What to Know - 3 Steps of a Land Survey

Land surveying is an artform, no two surveys will ever be the same. However, the steps of a land survey never change. Of course, the time it takes to complete a land survey largely depends on the property/properties involved but getting a land survey now instead of later on can save yourself from legal troubles and land disputes.

There are many steps to getting a land survey for a property. Today, we want to break these steps down, so you know there's more that goes into a land survey than just drawing lines in the ground.