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What is a land surveyor?


A land surveyor is someone who surveys land, water and air for the purpose of mapping and establishing property lines. Surveyors work with a wide variety of disciplines to do their work, including physics, geometry, meteorology, and engineering.
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A land surveyor surveys an area of land, water or air with the intent of utilizing the resulting data for mapping and creating property boundaries. Surveyors are required to utilize a wide variety of disciplines to complete their roles, including physics, trigonometry and geology. The role of the surveyor comes into play before many construction projects are even approved, as surveyors must take the blueprints to the prospective building area and record measurements of a property's boundaries and topography.

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