Survey and Mapping

From the beginning, the Hole Montes surveying team has been instrumental in the growth of our firm and of southwest Florida. With our 30 years of survey records combined with the latest GPS technology and Robotic equipment, we offer accuracy and efficiency. Hole Montes offers a wide range of surveying services including:

Residential & Commercial Boundary Surveys
A survey for the express purpose of locating the corners and boundary lines of a given parcel of land.

 
Topographic Surveys
A survey locating topographic features - natural and man-made - such as buildings, improvements, fences, trees, streams, with elevations, contours of the land, etc. This type of survey may be required by a governmental agency, or may be used by engineers and/or architects for design of improvements or developments on site.
Construction surveys
Survey stake out of proposed improvements while construction is in progress to control vertical, horizontal position, and dimensions; i.e. stakeout of line and grade for buildings, fences, roads, etc.
 
Hydrographic surveys
A survey for the purpose of the determination of data relating to bodies of water, and may consist of the depth of water, directions and force of current, heights and water stages, and the location of fixed objects for navigation purposes.
 
Right-of-way surveys
A survey that maps the limits of existing or proposed Right-of-ways, (roadway or utility), including the mapping of parcels to be acquired for such purpose(s).
 
 
Sketch & Legal Descriptions
A document used in the creation of easements and possible property acquisition.
 
Subdivision platting
A type of survey which depicts and notes the layout of proposed lots and the associated public or private roadways, easements and land usages, and is intended for submission to applicable regulatory entities.
 
Survey involving difficult field conditions
The Hole Montes survey department is experienced in completing projects in remote areas. Access to some environmental vegetative areas by a vehicle of any kind may not be possible, waling in and out or the use of ATV's may be the best means of access. Constant attention needs to be paid so as not to tear up and scar sensible vegetation. Our field personnel has the necessary safety equipment to protect themselves in these difficult field conditions.