ALTA/ACSM Land Title Survey
ALTA/ACSM Land Title Survey: A land title survey that meets the specifications set forth in the 2011 Standard Detail Requirements as adopted by the American Land Title Association, and the National Society of Professional Surveyors and map include Optional Survey Responsibilities and Specifications of Table "A".
Boundary Title Survey
Boundary Title Survey: A survey made to establish or to reestablish a boundary line on the ground or to obtain data for constructing a map or plat showing a boundary line.
Condominium Certificate:Provides a legal record of ownership of a unit in a Condominium Community, certified by a New Jersey Licensed Professional Land Surveyor.
Flood Elevation Certificate
Flood Elevation Certificate: An Elevation Certificate is a form completed by a licensed surveyor showing detailed information of a structure's elevation to see if it is above or below the base flood elevation. An Elevation Certificate is also used to support a Letter of Map Amendment (LOMA) or Letter of Map Revision (LOMR), which are official exceptions to the FEMA Special Flood Hazards.
Green Acre Survey
Green Acres Survey: The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) Green Acres Program is responsible for funding the acquisition of lands for conservation and recreational purposes. Land surveys are conducted by New Jersey Licensed Professional Land Surveyors, and corresponding metes and bounds descriptions are prepared for each parcel of land being acquired pursuant to the program rules, using the standard Green Acres Scope of Survey Work for land surveys.
Land Dispute Resolution Survey
Land Dispute Resolution Survey: We first perform an extensive search for all available records. This includes Prior Survey Maps, deeds, and filed maps of your property and all of the adjoining property owners. Next we recover and locate existing boundary evidence on your property and all of the adjoining property owners. We can also perform a detailed location survey of a particular area of concern. We then reduce and analyze the collected field data, and determine the most probable location of your boundary lines. Lastly we prepare a Survey Map showing our findings, and mark your property corners out on the ground. We can also meet with adjoining property owners and any other surveyors involved to help resolve any disputes.
Property Corner Markers
Property Corner Markers: The setting of a type and/or marking that identifies the limits of ownership on the ground.
Topographic survey: A survey that measures the elevation of points on a particular piece of land, and presents them as contour lines on a plot. A survey that determines ground relief and location of natural and man-made features thereon.
Construction Layout: Construction layout or stake out in industry terms is the process of establishing and marking the proposed position of buildings, roadways, drainage structures, etc. This stake out consists of establishing exact horizontal and vertical control points assuring the contractor that he will be constructing the improvements in accordance to the design plans. DMC Associates, Inc. Land Surveyors has the ability to perform construction layout from the simplest of projects to the highly complex geometric layouts.
Foundation Location Survey
Foundation Location Survey: A survey done to collect the positional data on a foundation that has been poured and is cured. This is done to ensure that the foundation was constructed in the location, and at the elevation, authorized in the plot plan, site plan, or subdivision plan.
Final As-Built Survey
As-Built Survey: An As-built survey shows improvements to the land as they exist at a particular point in time. As-built surveys are conducted several times throughout the duration of a construction project. Most municipalities require as-built surveys to verify that site improvements were made in accordance with approved plans. As-built surveys may be required for nearly every type of land project, from roadways to utility improvements and building construction. In addition to being required, as-built surveys are extremely valuable to property owners and their contractors. As-built surveys help property owners plan future projects, protect their interests, and document project progress. During the course of any construction project it is important to record and document all improvements as they are constructed. DMC Associates maintain constant contact with site contractors to insure that all improvements are recorded and documented.