New utility line installation or relocation requires an in-depth understanding of easements and the construction methods used to install them. All homeowners or developers need to know how they affect the current or future development of a parcel of land. Utility lines need to be properly located to ensure that conflicts won’t arise many years down the road, or to prevent having to relocate those lines to accommodate future development.
Utility right-of-ways are designated areas of land that allow utility companies to install, maintain, and access their infrastructure, such as power lines, pipelines, or communication cables. Land surveying plays a crucial role in helping to determine these utility right-of-ways. An accurate and thorough survey will identify the appropriate boundaries and dimensions, ensuring that utility companies have access to utilize the area for their operations. The work of the land surveying experts here at David Laird Associates offers a way to address potential conflicts with existing structures, property lines, or other utilities, thereby minimizing the risk of disputes. It also allows for efficient and safe infrastructure installation and maintenance. Trust our land surveying professionals to provide local utility companies with the necessary information to plan, design, and implement their projects while respecting property rights and adhering to legal requirements.
Let us help work with your team to prepare boundary surveys, prepare legal descriptions, establish easements and outline all existing features that may impact moving forward in an efficient manner. Contact David Laird Associates with your utility clearance questions in the Erie and Meadville, PA area.