Our Place in History Few people outside of associated professions actually know what land surveyors do. We are rarely seen, but our work makes an impact in every moment of daily life. What other profession can say that? But land surveyors are often conflicted about...
This post is part two in Erin Holmes's series "A Few Technical Items: Questions about 18th Century Surveying Instruments Answered." Read part one for more on who became surveyors in the 18th century and how they trained. Today's post explores the various instruments...
To learn—and be licensed—to be a surveyor required a combination of book learning and hands-on experience. Among the most important texts on the subject was William Leybourn’s The Compleat Surveyor: Or, The Whole Art of Surveying of Land: By a New Instrument Lately...
Subdividing your property can be a daunting process. Here is a quick guide on subdividing your property in South Africa.
What is a Cadastral Survey and what is it used for?
An overview of As-Built surveys. What are they and what they are used for?
We had the pleasure of conducting a topographical and aerial survey for Zimile Consulting Engineers in Underberg. Read on for more information and photos on this engineering survey.
Surveyors come in many shapes and sizes. Let’s take a look at the Engineering Surveyor.
Let’s shed some light on the topic of digital elevation models. What are the key differences and applications of the models?
What you need to know about drone surveys and accuracy.