- Emphasis in setting up and supporting 3D GPS Machine Control for Heavy Equipment to allow for increased efficiency.
- Used to establish positions for buildings, roads, sidewalks, or utilities as shown in a design. These points are then staked out on the property to indicate the location of the improvements.
- Construction surveying provides not only the horizontal location of new improvements, but also the vertical information
- The subdivision of a tract of land into two or more pieces, showing monumentation and survey data on a plat, in conformance with local ordinances and Alaska State Law. MLA works closely with the client and the platting authority to ensure the subdivision plat meets the needs of the client and the requirements of the platting authority.
- Surveying and mapping of roads, easement acquisition, and transportation planning.
- As-built surveys are usually used when purchasing or selling a home or planning for a new addition. These surveys locate improvements on a site relative to the property lines. An as-built includes features such as buildings, driveways, easements, boundary information, and is certified by a Registered Professional Land Surveyor.
- Lot Stakes include clearly marking the corners of a lot or tract to accurately and visually show where the boundaries of the property are.
- Accurate ground control surveys using GPS, GLONASS, and RTK for the purposes of boundary determination, aerial mapping, construction design, and more.
Cadastral Surveying for BLM and ANCSA Corporations
- ANCSA 14(c) Surveys
- MLA employs Certified Federal Surveyors (CFedS).
- Cadastral surveys create, define, mark, and re-establish the boundaries and subdivisions of the public lands of Alaska and the United States.
State of Alaska
- Alaska State Land Surveys
- Community Profile Mapping