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Surveyor

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Surveyor

Do you need a service from the field of surveyors? Wilio will help you find quality experts in surveying and work. The price of the land shelter usually depends on the range of services. See more information about the services: topography, graphic map, registration of the building in the cadastre, which will be provided by one of our 16985 surveyors in the given category.

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40282 professionals

72248 completed projects

4.8 out of 5 average rating of our experts

226,512 app downloads

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- Topography: this service includes the calculation of heights and coordinates in a certain area. The topographical surveyor will also take aerial photographs, which is very important for construction projects. This service can be ordered both by an individual customer or as part of a team of professionals working on construction project together with other disciplines like architects, engineers etc. - Graphic map: this type of work usually covers drawing up maps that are used by public authorities to plan local development strategies and urban planning laws. A graphic map should include elements such as zoning designations, usage types (residential, commercial), building footprints with their height limits set out on them - these provide information about buildings' maximum potential size according to the law governing land use rules.