Property Improvement Survey
Home Company Profile Engineering Surveying Client Resources

Civil Engineering

  • Municipal Infrastructure Design
  • Land Development Services
  • Construction Management & Observation
  • Road Design & Traffic Analysis
  • Water Supply, Distribution & Treatment
  • Wastewater Collection & Treatment
  • Storm Water Drainage & Flood Control
  • Site Grading
  • Revegetation & Erosion Control
  • Land Use Constraint Mapping
  • Dams & Reservoirs
  • Groundwater
  • Irrigation Systems
  • Solid Waste & Environmental Services


What Is A Property Improvement Survey:

Before construction, a property owner will request an improvement survey of the property to aid in the design of any proposed improvements to their property. An improvement survey is the combination of a Property Boundary Survey and an Improvement Location Certificate. The purpose of an improvement survey is to show the property's improvements with respect to it's legal description. The surveyor will verify the property corners to the recorded legal descriptions and plats at the county courthouse, the monuments set in the field, and any structures indicating lines of possesion like fences, walls, hedges, and yards. The surveyor will display any existing improvements to the property including buildings, homes, driveways, and swimming pools, and any encroachments onto or from the subject property will be noted. The surveyor will also reset any missing monuments on the property.

More Information:

Gamba & Associates, Inc.
Consulting Engineers & Land Surveyors

Tel: 970/945-2550 Fax: 970/945-1410 www.gambaengineering.com
113 Ninth Street, Suite 214 P.O. Box 1458 Glenwood Springs, Colorado 81602
Send your questions and comments to gamba@gambaengineering.com.
Last Modification: April 20 2005