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What is a detail and level/identification survey with underground service locating?
A detail and level/identification survey picks up all existing features including trees, adjoining neighbour properties, visible services, easements and takes levels over the land. In addition to this the surveyor determines the location of the property boundaries and the existing buildings in relation to them. Location marking of underground utility assets such as pipes and mains that run through the property are also determined.
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Why do you need a detail and level/identification survey with underground service locating?
A detail and level/identification survey is a mandatory requirement by an architect/designer to enable the design process. Determination of the property boundaries and building in relation to them is also a mandatory requirement of most local councils.
Underground service location is highly recommended as it is not only not permitted to build over certain assets, but it is extremely expensive to damage an asset during the construction process.
What can C&A Surveyors do for you?
C&A Surveyors is fully insured and have Registered Surveyors employed to carry out and sign your preliminary plan of subdivision. We pride ourselves on our three tier quality control process and providing exceptional customer service to all our clients.
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More information about a detail and level/identification survey with underground service locating
We recommend that you have one of our friendly staff order the Dial Before You Dig underground service search to determine if your property is affected by any utility assets such as pipes and mains. As it is not permitted to build over certain assets, it is vital that all assets are accurately located to avoid any issues during the design process.
Our Underground Service Locator will attend the site and physically mark where the assets are running. This information is then processed within the office and calculated and drafted into the survey plan. After going through a three tier quality control process it is provided to you in DWG and PDF file formats for use by your designer.