Engineering, Topographic Surveying and Septic Design

Topo surveying map in NJ

NJ’s Topo Surveyors

What We Do

We are a land surveying firm located in Morris County and working throughout New Jersey. Yannaccone, Villa & Aldrich currently employ licensed, professional engineers, certified municipal engineers, and professional planners. Our staff is happy to work on all types of projects large or small. Call us for topo surveying in NJ.

Members of our staff are registered with the NJDEP as septic system designers, inspectors, site evaluators and enforcement officers. Staff members are Certified Municipal Engineers. Our support staff includes survey crews, project engineers, computer technicians, draftsmen and administrative personnel. We hire the best TOPO surveyors in NJ.

Members of the staff have been trained in the use of state of the art electronic distance measuring (EDM) equipment and computer-aided design and drafting (CADD) systems.

We provide a complete range of civil engineering services. We have over 45 years of experience in New Jersey; we are familiar with most planning boards and municipalities. You will get expert advice when it comes to planning your projects. When you use drawings, plans and surveys by Yannaccone, Villa & Aldrich for your proposals, planning boards and builders will be confident that everything will be properly prepared.

Common terms:

Topographic (Topo) Surveys are surveys made to determine the configuration of the earth’s surface and to locate natural and cultural features on it. Topographic maps are used by engineers, architects, environmental departments and builders. Topo maps are used in the planning stages of projects to help design the layout and location of buildings, additions, walkways, septic systems, pipelines, landscapes, fire control routes, trails, etc.

Additional civil engineering services.

  • Analyze survey reports, maps, and other data to plan projects
  • Consider construction costs, government regulations, potential environmental hazards, and other factors in planning stages and risk analysis
  • Compile and submit permit applications to local, state, and federal agencies verifying that projects comply with various regulations
  • Perform or oversee soil testing to determine the adequacy and strength of foundations
  • Provide cost estimates for materials, equipment, or labor to determine a project’s economic feasibility
  • Perform or oversee, surveying operations to establish reference points, grades, and elevations to guide construction
  • Present their findings to the public on topics such as bid proposals, environmental impact statements, or property descriptions
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