Types of Engineering Surverying

  1.  Topographic Surveys: provide information on the physical features of a land, such as its contours, elevations, and slopes.
  2. Hydrographic Surveys: study the depth, currents, and tides of bodies of water, including rivers, lakes, and oceans.
  3.  Geodetic Surveys: determine the exact location and orientation of points on the Earth's surface using precise measurement techniques.
  4.  Geotechnical Surveys: assess the composition, structure, and stability of soil and rock beneath the surface of a site.
  5.  Boundary Surveys: determine the precise location of property lines, boundaries, and rights-of-way.
  6.  Cadastral Surveys: measure and record land ownership, boundaries, and rights-of-way for legal and governmental purposes.
  7.  Construction Surveys: provide critical information for the planning and execution of construction projects, including site preparation, building placement, and alignment of structures.
  8. Geological Surveys: study the physical and natural characteristics of the Earth's crust, including its minerals, rocks, and geologic processes.
  9.  Photogrammetric Surveys: use aerial and satellite imagery to create maps and digital models of the Earth's surface.
  10.  Mine Surveying: measure and map mines and mining operations, including shafts, tunnels, and ore deposits.

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