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dogo1 wrote: I am in road construction and haven't done anything in residential in many years except for my own stuff which is pretty basic. I did take surveying in college and we use it some in civil but doubt that I would be any help in flood issues. Sounds like you might need a soil's engineer. What's the problem?
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dogo1 wrote: I get the impression that this is more of a feasibility study to determine what you can actually do. Obviously hiring a surveyor is the safest way to go but if you are just fishing and your lot lines are already firmly established you could shoot off the monument with a level, you don't really need a transit since you are just finding elevation, and set your own hubs as you go. Even if you stake don't forget to write down each station's info as kids will often remove the stakes. Should be pretty easy and then you will get a pretty good idea of what you are up against.
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