What is a Topographic Survey?
Topographic Surveys, or “topos,” shows the physical properties of a site. They assist architects, engineers, and planners at the design stage of the land development process. Features shown on plans of topography may include ground elevations, walkways, ditches, swales, catch basins, manholes, retaining walls, curbs, and trees.
Why We Topographic Survey
The surveys allow us to get the accurate information we need in a timely manner to expedite the design process and deliver the final design quickly and efficiently. We have found that not every survey includes the details needed for a complete design and can cause timely back and forths with external surveyors.