PULICE LAND SURVEYORS, INC.
Pulice Land Surveyors, Inc. dedicates itself to quality work and superior service. We are committed to providing professional service to all of our clients and believe that we will exceed your expectations on your project.
Pulice Land Surveyor's team consists of the following professionals:
Three Registered Surveyors/Mappers
Platting Services Personnel
Land Planning Services Personnel
Five Field Crews
We maintain the highest level of information technology. This includes the very latest computer aided design software in both the field and office. All of our surveys are drafted in AutoCad compatible software (Carlson Survey or AutoDesk Land Development). We presently utilize fifteen computers in the Window's environment.
Our forte is providing Boundary and Topographic Surveys to ALTA/ACSM Standards for national firms such as The Home Depot, Wal-Mart, AutoZone Inc., ExxonMobil Oil Corporation, 7-Eleven Corp., Applebees, Inc., and Shell Oil Company throughout all of South and Central Florida.
We also provide services to local municipalities such as the cities of Fort Lauderdale, Sunrise, Tamarac, Miramar and Plantation. Additionally, we provide services for residential projects throughout Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Counties. We provide a complete package of surveying services including condominium exhibits, platting, building stakeouts, spot surveys, final surveys, and Elevation Certificates for both single family home projects and condominium projects.
SERVICES WE OFFER LAND PLANNING What is an elevation certificate?
An Elevation Certificate, or FEMA Certificate, is a form developed and issued by The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and completed by a Professional Surveyor and Mapper. This form identifies the flood and non-flood hazard areas in which a particular property is located. The form also indicates the elevation of the building. The Elevation Certificate is used by insurance agents for the purpose of quoting your property flood insurance rates.
What is an elevation certificate?
How do I know what type of survey I need?