If you have a design project that requires additional land to accommodate your proposed improvements, you will need right of way and boundary survey services to see your project through to a successful conclusion. When right of way determinations are required for your projects, our research allows involved agencies to determine if any acquisitions are needed. We’ve researched historical records as far back as the late 1700’s at county law libraries, state, county and town offices, public libraries, and local historians’ offices. This extensive research effort allows government agencies to accurately determine the needs for acquisitions, and, at the same time, minimize these acquisitions.
By identifying and resolving right of way issues, we ensure that public works improvements will be made within jurisdictionally-owned land. We clearly identify highway boundaries and property lines and then provide this information to project designers, owners, and real-estate representatives so that adjacent owners can be appropriately compensated and needed acquisitions can be made in sufficient time to resolve right of way issues prior to letting.