Oklahoma Land Surveying

The importance of Oklahoma land surveying in a variety of development, real estate, and construction projects cannot be understated. Surveyors play a unique role in each project, using their extensive skills and state-of-the-art equipment to map out the details of a property or plot of land. Depending on the type of survey being conducted, a surveyor may collect data on the essential characteristics of the land, including:

  • Natural Features. Data for natural features like hills, creeks, ponds, trees, and rivers will be collected and presented in the final land map.
  • Artificial features. The location and elevation of man-made features, such as buildings, fences, wells, and roads, will be recorded.
  • Varying Elevations. A surveyor will note varying elevations through contour lines.
  • Boundaries and Corners. The precise location of boundaries and corners are defined during various surveys.

The type of land survey conducted by a technician depends on the scope and needs of each project. Every survey requires in-depth research on the property beforehand, as well as conducting the fieldwork and producing results that meet the project’s needs.

After discussing your project with a land surveyor, they will likely conduct one of the following Oklahoma land surveying services to aid in the success of your project:

  • Topographical surveys provide a map of all natural and artificial features on a property.
  • ALTA surveys may be needed if you are seeking an insurance policy from the American Land and Title Association.
  • Boundary surveys clearly define and document the boundaries and corners of a property.
  • Subdivision surveys are used to divide a property into smaller lots or estates, typically for commercial development.
  • Site Planning surveys contain details from topographic and boundary surveys and are used by contractors and designers to plan various projects.
  • GPS surveys use the Global Positioning System to collect precise data and measurements.

Because of the critical need for accurate and precise survey results, the surveying firm you partner with matters.

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Unmatched Expertise in Oklahoma Land Surveying

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At Sisemore & Associates, we utilize traditional survey techniques, 3D high-definition scanning, and UAV mapping software to produce accurate and reliable surveys. Our committed staff of experienced land surveyors utilizes state-of-the-art equipment to provide efficient and high-quality surveys. Our equipment includes:

  • Hiper V Rover Stations
  • TopCon Total Stations
  • Topcon GLS Scanmaster Robotic Stations

By incorporating this cutting-edge technology in both the field and office, we are able to provide our clients with cost-effective services. Our Oklahoma land surveying crews utilize the latest in hardware and software, allowing us to capture the most accurate field data and directly input it into our CAD Design files. The electronic collection and transfer of data ensure both accuracy and timeliness.

Land Surveying: What We Offer

The use of Global Positioning System (GPS) technology, 3D Laser Scanning, and UAV Mapping enable our crews to efficiently survey terrain where it is not always practical to use conventional equipment. This technology and our team’s expertise allow our land surveying department to provide the following services:

  • Topographic/Planimetric Surveys
  • ALTA/NSPS Land Title Surveys
  • Boundary Surveys
  • GPS Control Surveys, Geodetic Surveys
  • Highway and Bridge Surveys
  • As-Built Surveys
  • Legal Descriptions & Easements
  • Control for Aerial Mapping
  • Forensic Surveys
  • Horizontal & Vertical Control Surveys


  • 3D Laser Scanning
  • Quantity & Volumetric Surveys
  • Utility Detection
  • Wetland & Critical Area Surveys
  • Commercial Land Surveys
  • Public Sector Land Surveys
  • Platting
  • Unmanned Aerial Systems
  • Terrestrial Laser Scanning
  • ROW Mapping

In addition, Sisemore & Associates is among a select group of professional land surveyors who are allowed to participate in the Certified Federal Surveyor program, also known as CFedS. The CFedS program was approved by the U.S. Secretary of the Interior and was designed specifically to enhance the level of knowledge and expertise in the professional land surveying community for survey work performed on federal lands, especially on Indian trust lands.

From the initial planning stages to the final completion of construction, we consistently provide our clients with the quality of service they deserve when it comes to Oklahoma land surveying. Reach out to start your project with us.

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