The standard survey we do for someone purchasing a house is an “identification survey”.
This survey provides a plan illustrating the relationship between the title boundaries and the buildings, fences, driveway and other features on the site. Corner pegs are not placed in an identification survey.
The first step in having a building designed is to have a “contour and detail survey” done.
This survey is provided to your Building designer (Architect or Design Draftsman) and gives them the information they need to design building(s) on the property. Information provided by this type of survey can include general contours of the property, location of fences, driveways, services, neighbouring buildings, view lines, etc.
We are able to set out the building relative to the site boundaries. Given the tighter controls on properties such as boundary setbacks, height restrictions, proximity to neighbouring dwellings etc., we can ensure that the building is built in the right place.
Set out surveys can be done for large scale construction sites, multiple dwellings and single buildings. The scope of any set out is tailored to suit the individual builder/developer.
We can do any of the following:
Rogerson and Birch Surveyors have a vast experience of serving clients from various industries. We provide a complete range of services related to surveying, catering to the diverse needs of our clients. Our client base includes several government departments, both at the local and state level.
We take pride in delivering top-quality services, which has led to positive feedback from our many satisfied clients. Our team of experts have been working in the surveying industry since 1984 and have acquired a wealth of knowledge. We stay updated with the latest technologies and advancements in the field, which allows us to provide the most efficient and accurate services to our clients.
Whether you require a land survey, boundary survey, or topographical survey, our team has the experience and expertise to provide the best solution for your surveying requirements.
David Miller has 38 years’ experience working within the surveying industry, including work in Western Australia, Scotland and the Hobart City Council before joining Rogerson and Birch Surveyors in 2009.
Outside of work, David enjoys surfing, swimming and spending time with wife Kim, and children Louis and Lauren.
Andrew Birch has over 30 years’ experience working in a variety of roles within the surveying industry and applies his extensive knowledge of all aspects of surveying overseeing the Projects Department and providing guidance and mentorship to our team.
Outside of work, Andrew enjoys golf, tennis and spending time with wife Anna and children Campbell and Nicholas.
Craig Rogerson has over 40 years’ experience working in the surveying industry. Craig’s extensive knowledge and expertise of the industry allows him to oversee many residential and commercial projects to ensure our clients are satisfied right through to completion of their project.
Craig has a strong passion for supporting the community which is evident with his close relationship with Variety, The Childrens Charity and his participation in the Variety Club Fundraiser through TasBash since 2001. He is a life member and past President of the Clifton Beach Surf Living Saving Club and past President of the Tasmania Golf Club.
Craig is dedicated and community minded, read more in this recent Island Life article.