Topographic map surveys are carried out to measure land surface features and levels at the project site for various purposes such as urban and regional planning, design of road and utility lines projects, site preparation (leveling), volumes and quantities calculations. This is for topographic maps of various sizes, scales, and formats according to the purpose for which the maps are used.

Topographic data collection can be done using traditional survey systems or satellite positioning systems. The details, accuracy, and location conditions and limitations of the project schedule often determine the type of system and the spatial technology used, and both methods (conventional or satellite positioning systems) have nearly identical results and can therefore be used.

We at Scon design Survey Company realize the importance of topographic data for our clients, as this data is considered as one of the vital inputs in the various stages of designing and planning the project. Supervising it by a team of specialists in charting and site surveys, and most importantly, ensuring accuracy and quality throughout the project. All outputs undergo various tests according to the highest recognized professional standards.


Company has a balance of an area of many survey projects Tabgrave and topographic mapping for various engineering and planning purposes. Our list of featured projects includes some examples from the topographic mapping work we have done


When performing a topographic survey of a site

Complex building and structure building surveys begins with a topographic survey of the site:

To determine the optimal location of the object
Determination of the size of the soil mass in the development of the pit
Determine the passage of underground engineering networks.

Surveying is at the core of a land survey. Scanning is mandatory for:

Land survey site
Reconciliation of plot boundaries and cadastral passport
Restore border markers
Registration of survey documents.

The composition of geodetic works includes:

Initial assessment of the terrain (reconnaissance)
Notice of services containing engineering communication networks in the balance sheet
Obtaining permission to conduct topographic surveys
Collapse of the geodetic network
Survey of a site with ground and underground structures and green spaces
Processing a range of points, placing graphics and 3D images
Preparation of a topographic plan in paper and electronic form
Preparing a technical report for submission to the regulatory authorities.

As Scondesign experts say, the survey is conducted with permission from the Architectural Department or the Cadastral Service. In its absence, the survey results will not be accepted for approval. If a topographic survey is conducted for the construction of a private house, cottage, cottage, or any other personal needs, then work permission is not required.