Wiles Mensch Corporation – DC (WM) provided land surveying services in anticipation of future development of five acres west of The Catholic University of America campus. Specific land surveying services provided for this project included boundary, subdivision, and associated property corners.
The boundary survey included an examination of public survey records available at the Office of the DC Surveyor. The Survey Team resolved the differences between dimensions and angles of record and those measured in the field to derive the actual on site boundary available for the proposed project.
WM also provided research and platting services to provide an exhibit for submission to the Office of the DC Surveyor for the creation of the requested subdivision plat. WM coordinated with the Client to determine the desired record lot configuration. WM then submitted to the Office of the DC Surveyor a request for subdivision. Prior to routing for approvals, WM received, reviewed, and resolved any discrepancies for records on file at the Office of the DC Surveyor.
Upon recordation of the Subdivision by the Office of the DC Surveyor, WM also set the property corners for the newly subdivided five-acre lot. The property corners were established by iron pipe/cross cuts and identified with wood stakes.
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