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Adams Engineering & Surveying, LLC has been providing southwest Wisconsin with quality surveying and engineering solutions since 2008. 

We are proud to be a small business with a committment to client satisfaction located in Vernon County, Wisconsin. We maintain a strong line of communication with clients and always strive for perfection with each and every project.

Jay Adams founded Adams Engineering & Surveying, LLC in 2008 after working either as a Civil Engineer or Land Surveyor in numerous facets since 2004. Jay obtained his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering in 2007 and his Registered Land Surveyor license in 2008. Since 2007, Jay has worked as a design and construction Civil Engineer, Project Manager and a Land Surveyor while taking graduate level courses in Project Management, Structural and Geotechnical Engineering. In 2012, Jay received in Professional Engineering license in the State of Wisconsin.

If you are considering a Land Surveying, Land Development or Civil Engineering project, contact Adams Engineering & Surveying, LLC for a meeting and free estimate today!

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What will the surveyor do for me?

  • The legal description of your property and related records will be evaluated and a survey made to locate, measure and monument the property boundaries and corners so they can be easily identified. 

  • A record of survey measurements, notes and computations will be made, a survey plat or map prepared for public records, and copies provided as may be required.

  • The property survey will be completed in compliance with applicable state, county and other local government laws, codes and regulations.

  • You will be informed of the discovery of any property description, boundary location, trespass, encroachment or other related problems that you should be aware of.

  • Upon completion of the property survey, it is recommended that the boundary corner monuments be protected and preserved by the property owner.
     

What information will the surveyor need?

  • A copy of property deeds, abstract of title or title insurance commitment and maps and other available information relating to the property.

  • If necessary, meet the Land Surveyor at the survey site for inspection or consultation.

  • Consult with the Land Surveyor at the earliest opportunity; in some cases a survey may require several weeks to complete.

A survey is a good investment

  • Professional land surveying and mapping services will involve less time, concern and expense than moving a building or other improvements, revising your land development plans or defending a land boundary dispute in a court of law.

  • To prevent or deter such litigation, undue costs and inconvenience, retain the services of a Professional Land Surveyor prior to any land investments and property developments.

What will the property survey cost? 

  • Costs depend upon many conditions, such as:

  • Availability and adequacy of property records.

  • Previous surveying monuments and mapping.

  • Difficult terrain, heavy foliage and access.

  • Survey complexity and regulatory compliance.

  • Inclement weather and seasonal conditions.

  • Other limitations, service costs and expenses.