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Full Scope Surveying, LLC performs the following Professional Land Surveying services as defined in Florida's Minimum Technical Standards:

As-Built Survey: a survey performed to obtain horizontal and/or vertical dimensional data so that constructed improvements may be located and delineated; also known as a Record Survey.
Boundary Survey: a survey, the primary purpose of which is to document the perimeters, or any one of them, of a parcel or tract of land by establishing or re-establishing corners, monuments, and boundary lines for the purposes of describing the parcel, locating fixed improvements on the parcel, dividing the parcel, or platting.
Condominium Survey: a survey performed pursuant to Chapter 718, F.S.; includes a Boundary Survey.
Construction Layout Survey: the measurements made, prior to or while construction is in progress, to control elevation, configuration, and horizontal position and dimensions.
Control Survey: a survey which provides horizontal or vertical position data for the support or control of subordinate surveys or for mapping.
Hydrographic Survey: a survey having as its principal purpose the determination of data relating to bodies of water, and which may consist of the determination of one or several of the following classes of data: depth of water and configuration of bottom; directions and force of current; heights and times of water stages; and location of fixed objects for survey and navigation purposes.
Mean High Water Line Survey: a survey to document the mean high water line as defined in Part II, Chapter 177, F.S.
Quantity Survey: a survey to obtain measurements of quantity.
Specific or Special Purpose Survey: a survey performed for a purpose other than the purposes described above.
Topographic Survey: a survey of selected natural and artificial features of a part of the earth's surface to determine horizontal and vertical spatial relations.

Our services also include:

ALTA/ACSM Survey: a survey prepared to the minimum standard detail requirements of the American Land Title Association and the American Congress on Surveying and Mapping.
Elevation Certificate: the preparation of an Elevation Certificate as established by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), based on the appropriate Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM).
Legal Description: the preparation of a written description of a particular parcel or tract of land, with or without the benefit of a Boundary Survey.

This is not a complete list of our services. Please contact us today for a consultation or a competitive price quote on any of your land surveying needs. 

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