Since Dewberry's founding in 1956, we have grown to be an industry leader in surveying and mapping services. Our ability to provide technology, capabilities, capacity, and geographic presence has made us invaluable to a diverse client base. Our highly qualified team of survey professionals is ready and able to deliver an extensive array of services. We also possess the deep support in personnel, equipment, and computer processing resources to handle uncommon tasks.

Leveraging All Resources, Firm-Wide

With more than 200 full-time land surveyors, we have the ability to pull from all available firm resources to meet project schedules. We apply quick, thorough responses to work requests, and can assign highly qualified personnel to perform each task. Our fully integrated field and office technologies have produced a company-wide standardization of work procedures, field data collection formats, and CAD standards. This technology provides our clients with the best value through seamlessly connecting key project participants with external information sources resulting in, enhanced safety through better situational awareness, and improved turnaround on final survey deliverables.

Safety is integral to the success of our business. We train our staff and preplan our work to minimize risk. As stated in our health and safety guidelines, our vision is simple: every employee at Dewberry should return home at the end of the day, to their family and loved ones, safe and unharmed.

Dewberry® Services
  • 3-D laser scanning
  • ALTA/NSPS Land Title surveys
  • Boundary surveys
  • Construction stakeout
  • Drone services
  • Easement and acquisition plats
  • Electric substation surveys
  • Electric, oil, natural gas pipelines
  • Environmental surveys
  • Expert witness testimony
  • GIS/database design and development
  • Infrastructure surveys
  • Inventory surveys
  • Lidar/aerial photogrametric mapping
  • Marine/bathometric surveys
  • Monitoring surveys
  • Oil and gas well pad surveying
  • Remediation surveys
  • Subdivision and consolidation of tracts
  • Sub-surface Utility Engineering (SUE)
  • Railroad surveys
  • Route corridor surveys
  • Telecommunications surveys
  • Topographic surveys
  • Transmission line surveying
  • Transportation surveys
  • Utility surveys
  • Volumeteric surveys
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