Civil Surveyor Diploma course in islamabad

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Civil Surveyor Diploma course in islamabad 

Civil Surveyor Diploma course in islamabad 

Civil Surveyor Diploma course in islamabad 

Civil Surveyor Diploma course in islamabad 

Make exact measurements and determine property boundaries. Provide data relevant to the shape, contour, gravitation, location, elevation, or dimension of land or land features on or near the earth's surface for engineering, mapmaking, mining, land evaluation, construction, and other purposes.

 Prepare and maintain sketches, maps, reports, and legal descriptions of surveys in order to describe, certify, and assume liability for work performed.

2) Verify the accuracy of survey data, including measurements and calculations conducted at survey sites

While a cartographer makes maps of the Earth, with passing attention to the exactitude of boundaries, surveyors exactly measure the Earth, marking the boundaries in which people have a vested interest. The role of a land surveyor in construction includes the measurement of properties sold or purchased. Surveyors locate buildings, roads and utilities for real estate developers, or measure the exact limits of mining claims, and mark their locations on the maps collectively known 

While a cartographer makes maps of the Earth, with passing attention to the exactitude of boundaries, surveyors exactly measure the Earth, marking the boundaries in which people have a vested interest. The role of a land surveyor in construction includes the measurement of properties sold or purchased. Surveyors locate buildings, roads and utilities for real estate developers, or measure the exact limits of mining claims, and mark their locations on the maps collectively known as surveys.

The duties of a land surveyor include recording the space, positioning and angles between two points on the ground, using agreed-upon reference points, called benchmarks, as a starting point. While they may use a surveyor’s transit for some work, they also use the global positioning technology to ascertain a specific location. They carefully delineate the boundaries of interest, using both their on-site surveys and records found in land offices, to write the legal description of a parcel. The work of a land surveyor also includes using geographic information system device to prepare a highly detailed, layered map of the results of a survey, to show all easements, soil conditions and structures on a parcel. Surveys filed and recorded in public repositories, such as county or parish clerks’ offices, are public records documents.

Some land surveyors specialize. For example, hydrographers are surveyors who specialize in making maps of the ocean’s floor. Governments use this information to ensure that ship channels are kept clear of obstructions. Oil and gas companies use the hydrographer’s information to delineate the boundaries of an offshore oil and gas claim, or to prepare an area for exploration and drilling. Some surveyors, called geophysical prospecting surveyors, work for petroleum companies to locate likely sites ashore for exploration

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