Surveying and Civil Engineering: Online Property Lines and Property Boundary Information
Surveying has been an integral part of human history since at least the time of the Egyptian pharaohs and the building of the pyramids. While the tools have certainly evolved, the function of civil engineers and surveyors has remained constant. GPS technology can tell you where you are standing, but determining and marking physical, legal boundaries relies upon the knowledge and training of surveyors and engineers.
GPS and GIS technology has greatly expanded the quality and quantity of information available to civil engineers. Working in conjunction with architects and land developers, the planning process is greatly enhanced by the detailed GPS and GIS data available online and with dedicated software tools. Many communities across the United States have invested the time and effort to catalog the location of critical infrastructure via GIS mapping. Combining this data with online applications which identify physical property boundaries makes all of this information instantly available to civil engineers before they're in the field.
ReportAll delivers solutions for civil engineers and surveyors by offering low cost, instant access parcel data downloads, available 24/7, with coverage of over 98.7% of all property parcels in the United States. All parcel data includes property lines and available property attributes, including land use and acreage where available, for over 155.4M parcels.
View property lines and parcel data on-site
LandGlide: Surveyors can view property lines and property data on-site, using the GPS signal from their mobile device and the LandGlide Application available in the Apple App Store or on Google Play.
Research property attributes from your desktop
ReportAll Online: The advanced search feature of ReportAll Online enables civil engineers to research an area from their desktop, identify potential issues and create preliminary plans before being on-site. Using ReportAll Online will reveal property lines and property boundary information for the identified area that can be downloaded, printed and used to expedite the planning process.