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Topographic Services

  • Topographic Survey – is an activity whereby the topographical features of a parcel of land are measured and mapped. The service is most commonly conducted on the front-end of residential lot development and grading projects, construction projects, septic system designs, landscaping projects, swimming pool installation projects or utility design and installation projects. The service includes measurement and mapping of locations and elevations of all visible above ground features and structures and involves development of elevation contours and optionally, analysis and plotting of subterranean utilities based on record sources and the Pennsylvania One-Call System in conjunction with visible evidence. Resulting plans or maps are prepared using industry standard CAD software and are delivered in digital PDF format and can be provided in CAD format to your architect or civil engineer as the basis for site design.

  • Site Mapping – a general term referring to surveying and mapping services conducted for the purpose of generating a map or plan depicting any combination of boundary, surface and/or subsurface features for use in planning, archiving, architectural, archeological, historical, recreational, informational or other purposes.

  • Flood Elevation Certificate Survey – is a service to provide field survey information as required to fill out and provide certification for a FEMA Elevation Certificate (certificates can be found online at


Lehigh Valley Chapter



Boundary & Real Property




No project is too small or too large. Services range from surveys on small residential lots to large multi-acre parcels.


Lehigh Valley area of eastern Pennsylvania including: the cities of Bethlehem, Allentown and Easton; the boroughs of Hellertown, Freemansburg, Nazareth, Bath, Northampton, Catasauqua, Walnutport, Slatington, Whitehall, Coopersburg, Fountain Hill and Emmaus; and the surrounding townships in Northampton County, Lehigh County and portions of Bucks County, Montgomery County, Berks County, Carbon County and Monroe County.

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