Land Surveying

Land Surveying



Land surveying is our specialty – Inberg-Miller Engineers began as Inberg Surveying Company. While we quickly expanded into the engineering field, surveying has always been one of our strengths. While we continue to take on projects that are strictly surveying, many of our other engineering projects involve surveying as well, especially during the design and construction phases. Our team also includes Certified Federal Surveyors for projects that require that certification or for providing services on Indian lands.

Surveying services:

  • Cadastral surveys to establish section lines and subdivide sections
  • Boundary retracement surveys to establish property lines and rights-of-way
  • Wind farm topographic surveys and construction staking
  • Subdivision design and staking
  • Mapping site topography and existing features
  • Control point surveys to establish survey control points for project development and aerial surveys
  • Cross-country pipeline and power transmission centerline surveys
  • Road cross sections for road design
  • River and flood plain cross sections for hydraulic analysis
  • Construction staking to establish the horizontal and vertical locations of pipelines, structures, and grading
  • As-built surveys
  • Surveys to measure quantities and earthwork volumes
  • Ground support for airborne LIDAR
  • Drafting services
  • Design phase surveys

Surveying projects:

  • Highway projects
  • City streets and rural roads
  • Renewable energy and wind farms
  • Airport construction projects
  • Subdivisions – platted and staked over 100 subdivisions which included boundary surveys, lot staking, site mapping, and construction staking
  • Cross-country pipelines
  • Transmission lines
  • Energy – mining, gas, and petroleum construction staking for large plant developments and reclamation projects.