We are capable, dependable and professional.
IBW Surveyors offers a number of legal and engineering surveying services ranging from large and complex condominiums to large and small scale topographic surveys for infrastructure design build, cellular tower design/build to small fence line surveys. Whether the project is large or small, our goal is to please, therefore the client is always treated with the same degree of respect and professionalism.
Every client has different needs, and often the client is unsure of exactly what surveying services are require to meet their needs. Call or email IBW Surveyors at any time to discuss your specific needs and we will come up with a specific solution for you.
Utility Infrastructure Services
Underground Locate Data Coordination
Engineering & Topographic Surveys
Legal Boundary Surveys
Horizontal & Vertical Control Networks
Development Site Plans
Custom Home Surveying
What We Offer
Legal surveying expertise – often an overlooked aspect of utility work
- Do newly installed utilities need to be placed according to property lines?
- Does it matter if a new utility conduit crosses over multiple private properties?
- Does the sewer line need to be installed on public lands?
- Is monument protection a requirement of the project?
- In Ontario, only a licensed Ontario Land Surveyor can set and reset boundary monuments.
Utility Coordination & Data Management
- Are multiple companies getting together to complete excavations and utility
installations for a project? If so, it may be necessary to coordinate and compile a
database of utility information for each of them to ensure safety is protected.
- Are multiple firms sharing utility data for a particular project, if so, are they all
using the same coordinate system?
- Are survey measurements being taken to create utility databases?
- Who QC’s the data and assumes responsibility for inaccurate or unreliable data?
For the Municipality
- Pre-Construction monument inventory.
- Post-Construction monument inventory/replacement.
- There are significant financial impacts associated with construction activities wiping out survey fabric and not restoring it, our experience is that these requirements are typically ignored by contractors, in turn placing the burden of survey fabric restoration on the taxpayers.