Since 1985, CLD has maintained in-house land survey capabilities, which not only serve and support the needs of our firm's design products, but also result in numerous independent survey assisgnments.

CLD's Surveyor Team utilizes both Total Station and Robotic Survey equipment, which gives us the ability to provide final base mapping and contouring in a format compatible with all CADD design systems currently available. We also have state-of-the-art Global Positioning System (GPS) survey capabilities in-house that are performed using survey grade Dual-frequency and Dual-constellation (GPS and GLONASS) receivers.

CLD routinely provides our clients with a full scope of boundary survey activities, from the initial deed research through the establishment and marking of boundaries, to preparing material suitable for filing in the County Registry of Deeds.

Our Survey Services include:
• Boundary Survey
• Topographic Surveys
• Deed and Right-Of-Way (ROW) Research
• Construction Layout
• American Land Title Association (ALTA) and As-Built Surveys
• GPS and Control Surveys
• Route Surveys
• Elevation Certificates and LOMA's
PUBLIC SERVICE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
L175 CORRIDOR MONUMENTATION
DEERFIELD - MADBURY, NH


CLD completed field survey of the area and along with a local architect, William Ross, worked with representatives from the Trust to lay out the building with minimal impacts to the sensitive waterfront vegetation near the beach. Provisions were made to accommodate handicapped accessibility between the access road, the new restrooms, and the Cliff Walk. Stormwater facilities were integrated with the landscaping in front of the building. The 600-square-foot building was designed as a masonry structure with stone fascia and included a ladies room, a mens room, a handicapped restroom, and a storage area.
A control network for the project was established on the SPC83 NH grid projection with GPS. Research documents along the corridor were gathered and the corridor was then surveyed for evidence of property lines and easement limits. Record and field evidence were reconciled to reestablish the L175 corridor easement. A baseline for the corridor was monumented at angle points and approximate 2,000' intervals. Record plans were generated documenting the survey and baseline monuments.
HARTLEY MASON TRUST
YORK HARBOR, MAINE

YORK LAND TRUST
YORK HARBOR, MAINE

Through the York Land Trust's dedication to the conservation and preservation of lands of scenic, agricultural, ecological, or educational significance, CLD worked with individual landowners and potential donors to define conservation easement areas. CLD also conducted boundary surveys and prepared plans to identify the easement for recording at the County Registry.
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