Highland

HIGHLAND TRUSTS GREAT LAKES ENGINEERING AND LAND-SURVEYING

Highland, Indiana is the home of Ward Cunningham, the inventor of the first-ever Wiki page. But you won’t need to check Wikipedia to find the most trusted name in civil engineering and land-surveying.

In the 1850s, Highland, Indiana was made up of 53 acres of swampy land known simply as the “Highlands.” Now the Midwestern town is home to friendly residents, thriving businesses, eclectic dining, and plenty of entertainment for the whole family.

When the residents of Highland aren’t enjoying Wicker Memorial Park, munching at the Downtown Restaurant Crawl, visiting the nearby Indiana Dunes, or spending a night in the nearby, bustling city of Chicago, they trust that Great Lakes Engineering and Land-Surveying is helping to improve their town.

Just as Highland takes pride in preserving and restoring the wetlands for herons, owls, snowy egrets, and more wildlife, Great Lakes Engineering will be proud to help Highland grow by providing top notch civil engineering and land surveying services for your retail store, restaurant, warehouse, manufacturing facility, or whatever have your heart set on.

With their experienced team providing top notch civil engineering and land surveying services, Great Lakes Engineering has the tools and the talent to deliver quality work for your next commercial or industrial project.

CALL GREAT LAKES ENGINEERING FOR RELIABLE COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL SITE-PLANNING

Starting any commercial or industrial project comes with plenty of challenges. But thanks to 17 years of experience, Great Lakes Engineering knows how to make that process as painless as possible. With efficiency, quality, and great care, we’ll create a true-to-scale map that will bring your project to life just as you envisioned.

DON’T STRESS ABOUT ALTA SURVEYS

What are ALTA Surveys? The American Land and Title Association (ALTA) and National Society of Professional Surveyors (NSPS) Land Title Surveys depict a land surveyor’s findings of a parcel in a detailed map. An ALTA Survey identifies property boundaries, easements, encroachments, improvements, local zoning information, and flood zone designations in order to help identify potential issues that may affect the value or future use of a property.

Most lenders, title insurers, and attorneys require an ALTA Survey as part of real estate transactions, especially for commercial, industrial, and large residential properties. That makes this a necessary part of commercial and industrial site-planning, and we can handle that for you.

Great Lakes Engineering can perform ALTA Surveys for your commercial or industrial businesses. We’ll break everything down that you need to know so there aren’t any frustrating surprises hiding around the corner.

LAND SURVEYING CERTIFICATES WON’T BE A PROBLEM

You’ll want to know any potential risks in bringing your industrial or commercial project to life. That’s why we can provide you with an Elevation Certificate, which will reveal any risks of flooding by pinpointing the lowest point of elevation, and other characteristics in areas that are prone to flood. This will also assist in determining flood insurance policy details and pricing, when the time comes. Who needs high waters when they’re just trying to do their job?

There’s also a chance you’ll need a Right-Of-Way Certificate, which describes the land that you may wish to purchase from the current landowners. This will be important in ensuring that the land you want to build upon actually belongs to you and is available for your new endeavor.

Great Lakes Engineering will take care of these certificates for you and more.

HIGHLAND WILL KEEP GROWING, THANKS TO GREAT LAKES ENGINEERING

Great Lakes Engineering employs highly skilled, licensed and certified engineers and surveyors to to work on projects of all kinds, providing timely, accurate and affordable engineering and surveying services. You won’t be disappointed with the results of our careful planning, dedicated work ethic, and unparalleled experience and skills.

To get started, reach out to Great Lakes Engineering through our contact form, or just call (219) 762-3559. Let’s build something together.