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CAD Drafting has always been an important part of the initial phase of any project. CAD drafting involves designing 2D and 3D models

of the area through computer software. It is very important to be precise when it comes to surveying land and farm, hence,

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We specialize in providing survey drafting services for different type of sites ranging from small subdivisions to commercial sites of different sizes. We provide detailed CAD drawings and civil site engineering drawings for; Subdivisions, Commercial Projects, and Residential Projects




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The Elevation Certificate provides a way for a community to document compliance with the community's floodplain management ordinance. Use of this certificate does not provide a waiver of the flood insurance purchase requirement.

An elevation certificate is a document that is used to show whether or not a house is in a floodplain. It provides the home's elevations in relation to the 100 year flood plain.

What is an elevation certificate for?

An elevation certificate is a document that measures your property's susceptibility to flood damage and is one component used by your insurance agent to calculate your flood insurance premium. The certificate contributes to the calculation of your premium by estimating the likelihood that rising floodwaters will reach the lowest floor of your home. The document is issued by the NFIP, a federal flood insurance program that is managed by the Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) and includes the following important information about your property.

Location and flood zone: The NFIP has different zones designating your property's level of flood risk.

Building characteristics: Notable features of the property such as an attached garage

Lowest floor elevation: The lowest floor of your property is typically the most vulnerable to flooding. Depending on your type of home, this may include your basement or garage, and it will be up to a professional surveyor to correctly assess the appropriate elevation based on FEMA guidelines.


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