SCHERERVILLE’S MOST TRUSTED NAME IN CIVIL ENGINEERING AND LAND SURVEYING
Much like Indiana is known as the “Crossroads of America,” the state’s town of Schererville has long been known as the “Crossroads of the Nation.” Not only was Schererville a place in history where several Indigenous trails intersected and became westward routes for the wagons of settlers looking to make their fortune in new unclaimed lands, but today the town still finds itself at the center of some of the nation’s most traveled roads in the Midwest.
Even though Schererville is only 35 miles south of Chicago, and 20 miles south of the Indiana Dunes national and state parks, this isn’t just the kind of place you want to pass through. Whether you’re enjoying the over 260 acres of land in 28 parks that include playgrounds, fields, courts, picnic shelters, paved trails, and more, or taking the family out for some bowling, axe throwing, and arcade games at the Up Your Alley entertainment center, there’s plenty to see and do in Schererville.
Surrounded by breweries, wineries, distilleries, and restaurants of all kinds, Schererville is a hub of endless activity, and the people at Great Lakes Engineering will only improve this great American town. With their experienced team providing top notch civil engineering and land surveying services, Schererville is sure to be a fine home for your retail store, restaurant, warehouse, manufacturing facility, or whatever your ambitious mind can imagine.
COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL SITE PLANNING? CALL GREAT LAKES ENGINEERING
Setting up any commercial or industrial project means encountering plenty of hurdles to overcome. With 17 years of experience behind them, Great Lakes Engineering knows how to make the process as easy as possible. Our team of civil engineers is prepared to create a true-to-scale site map for your needs, ensuring that the project brings your vision to life with great efficiency, quality and care.
LET US HANDLE YOUR 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.
Why do you need an ALTA Survey? Most lenders, title insurers, and attorneys require an ALTA Survey as part of real estate transactions, especially for commercial, industrial, and large residential properties.
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.
GREAT LAKES ENGINEERING TAKES CARE OF LAND SURVEYING CERTIFICATES
If you’re heading to an area where there’s a high risk of flooding, you’ll want to get an Elevation Certificate. This important document pinpoints the location, lowest point of elevation, and other characteristics in areas that are prone to floods, but it will be helpful in determining flood insurance policy details and pricing when the time comes. You don’t want to suddenly be stuck in knee high water when you’re just trying to have a normal business day.
In your commercial and industrial pursuits, there’s a chance you’ll need a Right-Of-Way Certificate. These detailed legal documents describe the land that you may wish to purchase from the current landowners, and it offers an integral piece of information for your commercial and industrial needs.
Great Lakes Engineering will take care of these certificates for you and more.
GREAT LAKES ENGINEERING WILL KEEP SCHERERVILLE THRIVING
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.