A boundary survey determines the location of property lines and the monuments that mark the property corners of a parcel of land as described in a deed. A boundary survey can identify existing easements for utilities, such as water, sewer, drainage ways, and power lines as well as any encroachments within the property. Cadastral surveys create, mark, define, retrace, resurvey, and re-establish the boundaries and subdivisions of public land. JMC’s use of advanced surveying instruments enables fast and accurate data collection. Information is managed and processed on Trimble data collectors or office software, or can be transferred to CAD, design, and GIS packages.