Objectives of surveying

To determine the exact location and shape of natural and man-made features on the Earth's surface.

  1. To establish property lines, boundaries, and rights-of-way.

  2. To determine the topography, contours, and elevations of a site.

  3. To assess the soil, rock, and water conditions of a site.

  4. To provide accurate data for the planning, design, and construction of infrastructure projects, such as buildings, roads, bridges, and pipelines.

  5. To determine the dimensions, angles, and positions of objects for mapping and engineering purposes.

  6. To study the physical and natural characteristics of the Earth's crust.

  7. To resolve land disputes and establish property ownership.

  8. To provide information for resource management, such as mineral and water resources.

  9. To support legal and governmental requirements, such as property taxes and land use regulations.

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