Service List

Pre-Design Surveys

The Survey Division provides Preliminary Surveys for Engineering and Architectural design work throughout the City of Los Angeles. Our Customers include:

Bureau Of Engineering: Sanitation, Wastewater, Streets, Geotechnical, Architectural, Storm Water, Bridge Program as well as Recreation and Parks, Zoo, Police, Fire, Libraries, and Animal facilities.

Other Customers: Bureau of Street Services, General Services, Airports, City Council requests, Police requests, requests from the Mayors office and any other City entity that may need our services.

 

Construction Surveys

The Survey Division provides Construction Staking services for Engineering and Architectural construction work throughout the City of Los Angeles. Our Customers include:

Bureau Of Engineering: Sanitation, Wastewater, Streets, Geotechnical, Architectural, Storm Water, Bridge Program as well as Recreation and Parks, Zoo, Police, Fire, Libraries, and Animal facilities.

Other Customers: Bureau of Street Services, General Services, Airports, City Council requests, Police requests, requests from the Mayors office and any other City entity that may need our services.

 

Monitoring Surveys

The Survey Division provides on going ground movement and monitoring Surveys for Engineering and Architectural design work throughout the City of Los Angeles. Our Customers include:

Bureau Of Engineering: Sanitation, Wastewater, Streets, Geotechnical, Architectural, Storm Water, Bridge Program as well as Recreation and Parks, Zoo, Police, Fire, Libraries, and Animal facilities.

Other Customers: Bureau of Street Services, General Services, Airports, City Council requests, Police requests, requests from the Mayors office and any other City entity that may need our services.

 

City-Wide Property Line Control

The Survey Division is charged with the Preservation and Maintenance of all of the City Engineer’s Horizontal and Vertical Control to keep the City of Los Angeles in compliance with California State Law. We are the only Division in the Bureau with our own program. Every property line whether public or private is controlled by these monuments.

These monuments are the perpetuation of original monuments set when subdivisions and individual land acquisitions were originally established. Many of these monuments are over 100 years old.

Building and Construction puts them at constant risk. It is a daunting task to preserve over 100,000 total monuments.