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Compass is a leading land surveying and mapping firm that provides the highest level of professional surveying services for real estate, land development, energy and public works projects throughout Illinois, Southern Wisconsin and Northern Indiana. Since 1983 we have been a trusted partner, committed to helping our clients and their projects succeed.

For creating 3D digital representations of the exact size and shape of objects, features, infrastructure and buildings.
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Founded in 1983, Compass Surveying Ltd. is dedicated solely to the profession of land surveying and providing services throughout Illinois, Southern Wisconsin and Northern Indiana. We are a land surveying leader because we understand the complexities of land boundaries, real estate transactions and land development. We also understand how our surveying

A Boundary Survey locates and establishes the lines and corners of a parcel of land as legally described in a deed or document of record. This survey involves field and office work, locating or setting boundary corners, and preparing a plat of survey document showing all improvements as well as the relationship of possession lines (occupied lines) to

Topographic surveys can be performed in conjunction with Boundary or ALTA/NSPS Land Title Surveys and can show property lines and recorded easements if required. Provide an accurate "existing conditions" survey of elevations and surfaces for site design and roadway plans. Provide final as-built data to verify that the site was built in substantial conformance

A subdivision is a technical term that means legally dividing one parcel, or tract of land, into two or more lots, or land parcels. A subdivision survey requires the retracement of the boundary of the parent tract by the subdividing surveyor and becomes an original survey upon the creation of new land parcels, blocks or lots. Monumentation for subdivision

As-Built Surveys, also called "Record Drawings" or "As-Constructed Record Drawings, " compare final measurement data to proposed engineering data to verify that the intent of the approved engineering design has been met. All elevation data contained in the As-Built Survey must be referenced to the same vertical datum as the original design plans. A

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