Here's some tips & frequently asked questions on how to find the right land surveyor for your job
Land surveying is known as the traditional method of surveying. Land surveyors collect measurements and mapping data of the surrounding environment using mathematics, specialised technology, and equipment. Land surveying is commonly conducted on land, ocean beds, and in the sky for land subdivision, mining exploration, tunnel building, and major construction projects.
Land surveyors are required to work both in the field and office. Firstly, field work consists of using specialised technology and equipment such as GPS, Robotic Total Stations (theodolites), and aerial and terrestrial scanners. Secondly, office work consists of using the auto-cad software for planning drafts and onsite measurement mapping.
There are seven different types of land surveying available for hire at iseekplant across Australia.
Site Planning Survey
Land surveying is important to create order in the physical world around us through land development. Land surveying plays an essential role in planning and designing land subdivisions to the final construction of roads, utilities, and landscaping. Land surveyors underpin the work of engineering, architecture, geology, and planning industries as land surveyors are the first on a construction site to gather measurements and mapping data.
Land surveying hire rates are dependent on size, shape, and location of the property needing to be surveyed. However, the average hire rate of land surveying in Australia is $165 per hour. This land surveying hire rate may increase if the property is oddly shaped or located in a difficultly accessed area.
Use iseekplant's get a quote tool to get competitive quotes for land surveying services in your area. Just tell us about your project, and we'll get you the best quotes available! Alternatively, call us on 1300 691 912 or email us at [email protected].