Successful surveying projects depend on accuracy, consistency, and reliable results. Percheron is one of the few names in the field that has the capabilities to make it happen. Our employees are licensed experts who not only represent a vast amount of industry knowledge but they also work to understand your specific business and project needs.

From right-of-way acquisition surveys to complex plant surveys, we do it all to ensure your project demands are consistently met.   And because we employ extensive quality assurance processes and utilize the industry’s leading software and technology, we’re able to deliver superior results—even when deadlines are tight.

At Percheron, we utilize the latest technology, equipment, and software to help deliver superior results. Where others might cut corners, we continually invest in the most current resources available to the industry—such as Trimble RTK Global Positioning Systems and unmanned aerial systems. In addition, our technicians are experienced in the preparation of drawings in AutoCAD™, Skyline™ Sheet Generating software, and GIS. Our field and office staff are also able to prepare digital terrain models and right-of-way maps on difficult schedules utilizing our automated software.

Percheron professionals also excel in managing the acquisition of high-resolution airborne laser mapping (LIDAR – Light Detection and Ranging) and aerial photogrammetric mapping for large projects.

Services include:

  • Boundary surveys
  • Topographic/Design Surveys
  • Right of Way Parcel Plats/Descriptions
  • Construction Surveying
  • As-Built Surveying
  • High-Density Surveys (Laser Scanning/Terrestrial LiDAR)
  • ALTA/NSPS Land Title Surveys
  • Well Permit Surveys
  • Unit Designation Surveys
  • Geodetic Control Surveys
  • Well Pad/Access Surveys
  • Alignment Sheet Production
  • Easement or Subdivision Platting
  • Permits
  • Right of Way Maps
  • GIS Mapping
  • Bathymetric/Hydrographic Surveys
  • Navigable Waterway Inspections
  • Depth of Cover Surveys
  • Dig Staking
  • Classification Change Surveys

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