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ISG is a full-service Land Surveying and Construction Staking firm based in Boise, Idaho. Our staff has been working as a team since 1991. We formed in 2002 and our staff has over 60 years combined experience in the land surveying industry. Surveys fall into seven categories: ALTA/ACSM Survey, Boundary Survey, Construction Survey, Location Survey, Site Planning Survey, Subdivision Survey, and Topographic Survey.

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Idaho Survey Group is seeking a Professional Land Surveyor to work in our Boise, Idaho office. Our primary areas of survey practice include land development, boundary, and construction surveys. This position will work under the direction of a senior PLS. Candidates must have strong math, communication and organizational skills; be a team player; be

Commercial Land Surveys contain accurate measurements and in-depth analysis of the real property and improvements located on the property. In some cases, commercial property may need a survey when bought or sold, before and during the land development process, or when an owner needs to protect her/his property rights. Commercial Land Surveys differ

The telecommunications industry continues to add infrastructure including cell towers and fibre. The communication companies need experts who can complete these surveys to the highest levels of accuracy and detail. Erecting and expanding towers, bringing in electricity and connectivity can't be achieved unless federal, state and local regulations are

Idaho Survey Group surveys multi-dwelling units such as apartments, condominiums, townhouses and Mixed-Use developments. Mapping a multi-dwelling unit presents special challenges because of the number of improvements on the property. When properties are densely populated, then there are also additional utilities, easements, and boundary issues to consider

Platting a subdivision is the process of taking a large tract of land and subdividing it into smaller parcels, sometimes called plots. A Subdivision survey would show the monumentation on a map that conforms to local laws and ordinances. City ordinances provide a standard for designating lots, parking, right-of-way, drainage and utility easements, and

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